During the month of May 2017, TradingSchools.Org reached out directly to Vic Noble in an attempt to verify his claims of being a “Full-Time Professional Forex Trader” as he claims on both ForexMentor.com as well as ForexTradingAndEducation.com. Vic Noble refused to be interviewed, and he refused to provide any information regarding his supposed claims of being a full-time professional Forex trader. About the only thing we know for sure about Vic is that he apparently used to a broker registered in Canada. There are no official registrations for Vic Noble in the United States.
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The ‘Elliot Wave Theory’, named after Ralph Elliot, is one of the oldest forex strategies. He analyzed the stock price data for around 70 years and found out that human psychology (emotions, fear and greed) drove the market and that it moved iteratively. This is to say that the market switches between optimistic and pessimistic modes. In this strategy, the motive phase unfurls in 5 steps.
While many forex traders prefer intraday trading, because market volatility provides more opportunities for profits in narrower time-frames, forex weekly trading strategies can provide more flexibility and stability. A weekly candlestick provides extensive market information. It contains five daily candlesticks, and changes which reflect the actual market trends. Weekly forex trading strategies are based on lower position sizes and avoiding excessive risks.
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