Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret is a Forex trading strategy developed by Victor Novakov that can be used to trade on your mobile phone.
What does the product offer?
Victor Novakov offers Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret to as a method of trading on Forex with a view to making a product. At the core of Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret is the fact that the method can be used on the go through a mobile phone (something that I will explore shortly). It is supplied by Victor Novakov in a hard cover book which details the system as well as results going all the way back to 2011 as well as outlining current result. Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret averages around one trade per week for which you will need to put in just a few hours work. Whilst it is sold as being for mobile devices, Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret can actually be used on you computer as well.
How does the product work?
As is the case with an increasing number of Forex related products, Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret is based around spread betting which in and of itself is definitely nothing new. The angle about being mobile doesn’t seem to be more than a gimmick and can realistically be ignored. Allegedly the result of several years of complex analysis (Victor Novakov says that he holds a math degree from a “highly-regarded university”, the final product (without divulging too much information) is not something that is particularly complex.
What is the initial investment?
Access to Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret is available for a one time cost of £277, a claimed massive discount on the £495 that Victor Novakov claims his publishers wanted him to charge. There is fortunately a money back guarantee provided for Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret that is in place for 60 days should you find that it is not for you.
What is the rate of return?
Between the start of 2011 and the start of 2014, Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret was allegedly able to grow its accounts by 450% however most of the marketing material focussing on what it refers to as “hits”. These are presented as successful trades and range from £114 all the way up to almost £2,500.
I actually have some questions over the authorship of Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret which I don’t feel bodes well. The product is marketed by Olive Goehler, a very successful eBay trader, which isn’t in its own rights a problem. What I do find concerning is that there doesn’t seem to be anything that I can find online for a Victor Novakov that suggests that he does indeed have a background in trading. This combined with the gimmicky nature of Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret makes me wonder if it isn’t more of an exercise in clever marketing rather than a legitimate product. This doesn’t mean that the product is bad per se. Average Guy’s Mobile Trading Secret is built on a solid trading principle, but I would personally be very cautious if I were buying it.