A lesson in Fibonacci trading

We have had a number of requests to do a video on Fibonacci retracements and how they can be used in trading.

I put together this five minute lesson on Fibonacci trading and how I use this important tool to determine turning points in the market. Like all tools, it has its flaws and should be used with other complementary tools like our "Trade Triangle" technology.

I hope you enjoy this brief lesson and it helps you understand how to use this important tool.

As always our videos are free to watch and there are no registration requirements. I hope you have the time to comment on our blog and tell us if this video helped you understand this important trading tool or how you're already using it.

All the best,
Adam Hewison
President of INO.com
Co-founder of MarketClub

12 thoughts on “A lesson in Fibonacci trading

  1. Fred,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    I think you are referring to URL which stands for Universal Resource Locator. This is what you type into the address bar in your browser.

    All the best,

  2. Though I am a rookie investor and not a trader, and am sitting on cash, I am continuing to learn and your lessons are some of the clearest and most helpful. Maybe someday I will grow up and be a trader, but not until I get over this doomed feeling that the markets have five more years of downside.

  3. While the presentation on fib retracements is clear and accurate, I have been surprised at the absence of any discussion about fib expansions (also called ABCs and AB=CD) and the application of volume analysis to fib contractions.

    Like having a tool chest with only one of the three necessary tools for doing fib analyses.

  4. Great presentation. I use the Fib Retracement levels to gauge approximate price moves. The Trade Triangles along with other indicators helps me enter, place a stop-loss and realize a profit expectancy. Adam, do you ONLY use the "close-only" Line Chart or do you use the Candlestick as well? Is it a personal preference decision? Thank you.

    1. Lee,

      Thanks for your feedback,

      I use both close only as well as candlestick charts for measuring Fib moves.

      All the best,

  5. Are Fibonacci values usefull in swing trading (Is the time line too short)? I'm usually out of the stock within 10 days max.

    Your charts show a lot of volitility before hitting the 38% mark.
    Should I change my stops to $values rather than Trailing if I use the fibonacci values?

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