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.
Simple 1-2-3 (or S123) is a 3-step, rule-based Forex trading strategy created by Lennox Chambers and Peter Bain. S123 helps Forex traders to locate, enter and exit trades across all timeframes. This unique trading system offers guidance to traders to not only know where to enter trades, but where to exit trades. Click here to see some recent real trades.
Peter, himself, learned how to trade in the early days of his career from some of the top traders in reputable trading houses. Peter spent an 18-month period learning anything and everything he could about trading the Forex. Over time, he developed his instincts for a simple yet powerful Forex trading system based on his Pivot program which has been continuously refined over the years. His system consists of the same techniques used by many trading houses today.
We are a group of Forex traders and Fund managers with over 8 years experience trading in the Forex market. We have mastered every technique from Fibonacci trading, Support and Resistance trading, Divergence trading, Breakout trading, Pattern analysis, Elliot wave, VSA, Price action trading to trading Fundamental Analysis and our aim at LFM is to pass on that knowledge.
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.
However you decide to test your strategy, you need to understand the results you get. Intuitively, you would want to judge the results according to strategy's profitability, but you should not forget about other important parameters of successful trading strategies. They are: low drawdown sizes, short drawdown periods, high probability of winning, high average reward-to-risk ratios and big number of trades. Ideally, your system should earn equally well on bullish and bearish trades, the resulting balance curve should be consistent and uniform, without significant drops or long flat periods.
There is a LIVE webinar each month, on Mondays at 3 pm Eastern Time (NY Time). These sessions are generally Q&A in nature and are designed to provide addition tips and refinements. Session videos are recorded and archived. If you are unable to attend live for any reason, you can review the entire session later at your convenience! You can easily go back and listen to specific topics. Of course, we are always available to answer any questions you might have, at any time.
This method is all about analyzing important news happenings on different fronts in a nation and understanding the implications that they will have on the currency market. The trader will then place the trades accordingly. The market moves in an unpredictable manner when there are sudden political or economic happenings in any nation. As the forex market operates round the clock, news flows in from all parts of the world. Trading on the basis of economic news and data suits all kinds of traders wherever they are and whichever currency they choose to trade.
This strategy is employed by forex traders as a long-term plan to make the trades profitable. The indicator mainly uses the ‘Pullback’ and the ‘Trend’, both of which are fundamental in nature. In order to have a complete understanding as to how this strategy works, traders must be familiar with the more fundamental concept called ‘the trend’. It is very difficult to explain each individual price change and determine a pattern as there will be many of them. Traders need to look at the bigger picture in order to see trends. The three key Fibonacci numbers that traders should always remember are 0.382, 0.5, and 0.618. They should also keep in mind 0.764 and 0.236.
I live in Vancouver and met some of the folks who run this (its not Peter). The 2 people who run it don’t trade forex and think its “crazy risky”. They’ve made a LOT of money selling this sh*t. Its really frustrating for real traders who invest not only their money but their time and hard work (+ hopes & dreams) into education that doesn’t deliver.
find forex brokers that have offices in reputable countries like in UK, US, Canada, and Australia because the regulatory compliance of these countries are much better than others..that’s why I say that. In the US, a reputable forex broker will be a member of the National Futures Association (NFA) and will be registered with the U.S.Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as a futures commission merchants and retail foreign exchange dealer. In the UK, forex brokers are regulated under the Financial Conduct Authority(FCA) and in Australia, forex brokers are regulated under the ASIC.
For this strategy, we will use the Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicator. The previous week's last daily candlestick has to be closed at a level above the EMA value. Now we have to look for the moment when the previous week's maximum level was broken. Next, a buy stop order is placed on the H4 closed candlestick, at the price level of the broken level.
For example we have 2 really popular free systems (3 Pigs and PAST). Many people are successful using them adapted to their own style of trading. It is highly likely not one of them would ever have the exact same entries as we (the authors) do but they can and will be as successful by using and applying the principles in a manner suitable to them. E.g. one of the strategies is a 4 Hour MTF strategy where the original system states a Trailing Stop based on an MA with an open Target. One trader is now using this very successfully (and reports the trades on Babypips) us...
Strategies that retain some uncertainty and cannot be easily formalized into mathematical rules are called discretionary. Such strategies can be backtested only manually. They are also prone to emotional errors and various psychological biases. On the bright side, discretionary trading is very flexible and allows experienced traders to avoid losses in difficult market situation, while offering an opportunity to extend profit when traders deem it feasible. Newbie currency traders should probably stay away from discretionary trading, or at least try to minimize the extent of their discretion in trading.
Forex strategies that are traded based on strict mathematical rules with no ambiguous conditions and no important trading decisions to be made by the trader are called mechanical. A good example of a mechanical system is a moving average cross strategy, where MA periods are given and positions are entered and exited exactly at the point of cross. When working with mechanical trading strategy, it is easy to backtest one and determine its profitability. You can also automate such system via MetaTrader expert advisors or any other trading software. The usual drawback of such strategies is their lack of flexibility before the fundamental changes in the market behavior. Mechanical strategies are a good choice for traders knowledgeable in trading automation and backtesting.
The problem with trader training is that it’s glossy, shiny and comes with all sorts of promises. When you sign up, you think you’re getting access to professional knowledge, but in fact what you’re getting is an array of ‘get rich quick’ promises that rarely, if ever, come true. The reality is that you never get close to any professional traders. You don’t get to share in their personal experience.