BOCA RATON, Fla., Oct. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- TransMedia Group said it will help prolific day-trader Todd Sheldon double down on "Turbulent Money," his new book delving into what cycles, filters, instruments and pictures have to do with changing the direction of your money (Turbulent Money by Todd Sheldon : Lybrary.com).
"We intend to educate investors what Rockefellers, sheep, gangsters, billionaires, presidents of countries, bishops and the IRA have in common," said TransMedia Group VP Tim Allen (www.transmediagroup.com).
"It's all in this powerful book presenting an awesome portrait of the turbulence we're going to see more of, along with the corruption and manipulation that's ever influencing changes in stocks, commodities and overall investing patterns."
"Like everything in life, it requires evaluation and the classic risk-to-reward ratio. Turbulent money examines the fascinating phenomenon of risk and how to understand such factors as corruption, high-frequency trading and robots influencing the ups and downs of investments."
"Our publicity will show how closely Todd studies the markets to get above average returns using various tools while accounting for cycles and how the past forecasts a path to the future. He delves into the secrets of visualization and describes how he witnessed first-hand corruption and how this creates changes in currency valuations."
TransMedia's publicity will highlight the author's many hair-raising encounters with turbulence and lessons learned from looking straight into the face of fear without flinching. We are also working closely with the Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund (www.familiesoffreedom.org) and donating a portion of the profits from the sales of the book to this noble charity.
Sheldon's book Turbulent Money gets off to a shaky start—literally, as the author recounts he was at a conference in the Philippines when suddenly the building started shaking. It was an earthquake!
Sheldon recalls how he started feeling the panic overtake him despite denizens calmly assuring him it should subside shortly. The author relates how he followed "an Australian fellow who bolted for an exit, but it was a good thing the door didn't open as it had no catwalk so it would have been an eight-floor drop."
In Turbulent Money, Sheldon shows dramatically that in panic situations following the herd can be fatal. "Believe in yourself and your capabilities. Don't be a sheep following others to the exits during selloffs."
Media contact: Tim Allen 561-750-9800 x2220; email@example.com.
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