Fibonacci Trading Theory, Numbers, Retracements
Leonardo Pisano, better known by his nickname, Fibonacci, was an Italian mathematician born in Pisa in the 12th century. He is known to have discovered the Fibonacci numbers, said to be based upon observations of the Great Pyramid of Gizeh in Egypt. Fibonacci Numbers are a sequence of numbers where each successive number is the sum of the two previous numbers.
e.g. 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, etc.
Fibonacci Applications and Strategies for Traders
by Robert Fischer
Book Description: A fresh look at classic principles and applications of Fibonacci numbers and the Elliott Wave trading system. Demonstrates how to calculate and predict key turning points in commodity markets, analyze business and economic cycles as well as identify profitable turning points in interest rate movement. Forty charts and tables show how to use this analysis on a daily, weekly or intra-day trading basis.
New Frontiers in Fibonacci Trading
by by Michael Jardine
Book Description: Traders caught at the crossroads of traditional, proven, trading techniques - and new online tools and methods - have struggled to find a way of blending the two together into a unified trading system. Now, the marriage of the methods is complete, and brought into sharp focus in New Frontiers in Fibonacci Trading. This groundbreaking new work combines the foundations of Fibonacci trading with classic charting techniques, modern applications, and cutting edge online analysis tools.
The New Fibonacci Trader: Tools and Strategies for Trading Success (Hardcover)
by Robert Fischer, Jens Fischer
Book Description: With his bestselling Fibonacci Applications and Strategies for Traders, Robert Fischer established himself as the leader in the Fibonacci approach to trading. Moving beyond the old Fibonacci trader, who had the ideas, rules, and tools on paper, Fischer, with son Jens Fischer, now use computer graphics and calculation technology along with new Fibonacci tools to successfully trade the markets in The New Fibonacci Trader.
Fibonacci and Gann Applications in Financial Markets: Practical Applications of Natural and Synthetic Ratios in Technical Analysis (Wiley Trading / Hardcover)
by George MacLeanr
Book Description: There are many books covering Fibonacci from an artistic and historical point of view and almost as many suggesting that Fibonacci retracements and numbers can be successfully applied to financial market time series. What is missing is a book that addresses the common errors in using screen based Fibonacci (and Gann and other tools).
The book is a critical exploration of Fibonacci numbers, retracements, projections, timeframes and fanlines and their current usage within the financial markets by technical analysts.
Fibonacci For The Active Trader
by Derrik S. Hobbs
Book Description: In Fibonacci For The Active Trader, Derrik Hobbs will teach you his favorite Fibonacci strategies for anticipating and potentially capturing the most significant turns in stocks, stock indices and exchange-traded funds.