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Brett Chatz is a graduate of the University of South Africa, and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, with Economics and Strategic management as his major subjects. Nowadays Brett contributes from his vast expertise for the globally renowned spread betting and CFD trading provider, InterTrader.com.
- Description: Independent / boutique research firm analyst. Trading frequency: Daily
- Interests: Bonds, Commodities, Dividend stock ideas & income, ETFs, Energy stocks, Foreign stocks, Forex, Gold, Options, Stocks - long, Stocks - short
Serum "Serum" is a fictional novel intended to awaken a deep sense of social responsibility within every one of us. All too often, we face seemingly insurmountable challenges; these may arise from either our families or the communities in which we live. This book is a tribute to the unwavering spirit of all the ...More
brave men and women, across the globe, who refuse to become victims of circumstance. Being a responsible citizen entails more than merely making a statement or being a conscientious objector: it encompasses an iron-will and a determination to push oneself to the limits and beyond, in the hope of securing a brighter tomorrow. "Serum" is collaboration between the concerns that affect people in today’s society. I have tried to tackle a plethora of social issues ranging from drug addiction and alcoholism, to abuse and terrorism. In a pressurized world, we are oftentimes compelled to seek the support and guidance of those we cherish and admire most. In desperate and trying times, love is truly the guiding light to salvation. Surely, one of the foremost challenges we face today is intolerance. Racial prejudice and religious fanaticism are breeding grounds for the widening abyss between the overwhelmingly peace-loving citizens of this planet. I have attempted to highlight the dichotomy that exists in today’s world.
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