Val Harrison

Val HarrisonVal Harrison has written books on trading the financial markets … for many years he was a contributor to the Financial Times … back in 1978 he was singled out by Investors Chronicle for his trading success … he has run a million-pound commodity syndicate … he's even appeared on the BBC Money Programme

But Val is not a banker or a professional trader.

In fact, he used to be a veterinary surgeon.

You may be wondering what a vet can teach you about trading … but please keep reading …

Val first began trading the financial markets way back in the 1970s, dabbling with equities and managing his own pension fund.

He quickly realized that this was something he was good at, and within a few years had made enough money to retire.

But Val didn’t want to retire …

Trading had got into his blood …

Val Harrison for many years was a regular contributor to the Financial Times and as far back as 1978 when he was still a practising veterinary surgeon he had a full article about his investment prowess published in the Investors Chronicle.

He is the author of a book entitled Speculate Accumulate Increase Your Income which was first published ten years ago.

Constantly looking for better and safer methods of investment trading, he stumbled on this new investment technique, the HAV method, almost by accident and at first could hardly believe that the results were real and repeatable.

After back testing the FTSE 100 index for the last ten years his comment was …

"No one will believe this, I'm not sure
I believe it myself! Surely no system has
ever gone ten years with barely a
losing trade?"

To double check the method he went back and tested the 10 years of the FTSE between 1990 and 1999 and found that there were just 3 losing trades in that 10 year period. So, a total of only eight losing trades in the FTSE had occurred in 20 years!

Further research discovered that the method traded extremely well on every stock market index on which it was tested.

The HAV method does not trade every day, or even every week. In fact, 2012 saw a total of around 40 trades altogether. This is not a method for the impatient investor who feels he must be in the market all the time. However profits mount up steadily and long-term results have been phenomenal.

Information here is for general information only and is not intended to be relied upon by individual readers in making (or not making) specific investment decisions. Appropriate independent advice should be obtained before making any such decision. HAV Trading is not suitable for everyone – ensure you fully understand the risks involved and never risk more than you can afford to lose. Commissions, fees and other charges can reduce returns from investments. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future. Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results. The information here is not intended to be and shall not be deemed to be an offer, invitation or inducement to invest in any investment, nor to provide or constitute any advice or recommendation in connection with any investment decision. The user agrees that the author and publisher will accept no responsibility or liability for any loss/losses caused either directly or indirectly as a result of using the product or following its signals or methods generally. This includes problems with software, and any errors or omissions. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future profitability.
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