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Leonardo Fibonacci was a mathematician who was born in Italy around the year 1170. It is believed that Mr. Fibonacci discovered the relationship of what are now referred to as Fibonacci numbers while studying the Great Pyramid.

Fibonacci numbers are a sequence of numbers in which each successive number is the sum of the two previous numbers:

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 610, etc.

These numbers possess an interesting number of inter relationships.

There are four accepted Fibonacci studies:

Arcs, fans, retracements and time zones. The interpretation of these studies involves anticipating changes in trends as prices near the lines created by the Fibonacci studies.

INTERPRETATION ON FIBONACCI

The interpretation of Fibonacci Arcs involves forecasting support and resistance as prices approach the arcs. A common expertise is to display both Fibonacci Arcs and Fibonacci Fan Lines and to predict the support and resistance at the points where the Fibonacci studies.

The most widely used Fibonacci tool is the Fibonacci Retracement. which is very popular across. Calculating the Fibonacci Retracement levels, a remarkable low to a remarkable high should be found.

From here the prices should retrace the initial difference -low to high or high to low by a ratio of the Fibonacci sequence, Predominantly the 23.6%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8%, or the 76.4% retracement.

Fibonacci Arcs are percentage arcs deploy on the distance between major price highs and price lows. Consequently, with a major high, major low distance of 100 units, the 31.8%

Fibonacci Arc would be a 31.8 unit semi-circle.

HOW FIBONACCI WORKS

Fibonacci Retracements are displayed by first drawing a trend line between two extreme points, a trough and opposing peak. A series of nine horizontal lines are drawn intersecting the trend line at the Fibonacci levels of 0.0%, 23.6%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8%, 100%, 161.8%, 261.8%, and 423.6%.

Many traders use Fibonacci numbers and lines in coincidence with other forms of technical analysis. Traders may use look for confirmation of a breakout from a Fibonacci retracement by OBV or RSI. The studies may also be used in concurrence with chart pattern analysis, such as ascending triangles or flags to calculate take-profit or stop-loss points all the way.