About Vic Noble, President
FOREX TRADING AND EDUCATION
After graduating from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Commerce, Vic became
vice-president of a family run sawmill in Vancouver that employed around 200 people.
In 1988 the sawmill was sold and he then became the Chief Pilot and Operations Manager of a helicopter charter operation
which he ran until the late 1990's. Vic then became devoted full time to trading.
Up until the early fall of 2005, he was employed by a large futures brokerage house in Vancouver, and has since left that job
to concentrate exclusively on trading foreign exchange for his own account. Most importantly, he helps others find success in trading.
Vic always maintains a passion for trading and as a result of his years in the brokerage business, he has gained unique
insights into the habits of both successful and unsuccessful traders. It was the unsuccessful traders that really challenged
Vic to want to make a difference. So to that end, he has now embarked upon a strategic relationship with other
highly successful traders and educators with the sole purpose of helping people develop successful trading habits.
"You, my friend , are worth your weight in gold!!! For me at least your coaching on
FIBONACCI has been unbelievable !!! I did testing for a full week and got 80% plus results. Thanks Vic."
* Dan Leach, Stuart, FL
"I recently went through a training session with Vic Noble and he was outstanding!
He is a very patient teacher with a wealth of information. I would encourage all traders at any level to spent a couple of
hours with him. His method gives you a structured approach to trading that will endure. Thanks again for all you do and God bless you."
* Dan Giddens, Austin, Texas
Testimonial is not indicative of future performance or success in addition to
the fact that they are unsolicited.
* Unique experiences and past performances do not guarantee future
results! Testimonials herein are unsolicited and are non-representative of all clients; certain accounts may have
worse performance than that indicated. Trading spot currencies involves substantial risk and there is always the
potential for loss. Your trading results may vary. Because the risk factor is high in the foreign exchange market
trading, only genuine "risk" funds should be used in such trading. If you do not have the extra capital that
you can afford to lose, you should not trade in the foreign exchange market. No "safe" trading system has ever
been devised, and no one can guarantee profits or freedom from loss.