• Fibonacci Series
  • Golden Ratio
  • Fibonacci for Supports
  • Fibonacci for Resistances

Leonardo Fibonacci

  • The “greatest European mathematician of the middle ages”
  • He was one of the first people to introduce the Hindu-Arabic numeric system into Europe
  • He created the famous Fibonacci series

The Fibonacci Series

  • Fibonacci series is a unique series of numbers
  • Each number is the sum of the previous two numbers

Golden Ratio

  • On any given line we have a unique point in the way it divides the line
  • b/a = a/a+b = 0.618
  • The result of the division is the Golden Ratio
  • Denoted as the Greek Letter Phi

Golden Rectangle – Golden Spiral

  • A golden rectangle is based on the Phi Ratio
  • The relationship between its two sides is the number Phi
  • Using this golden rectangle we can create a golden spiral

PHI in Nature

  • Branches and roots extend based on Fibonacci numbers
  • The golden spiral is seen in sea shells
  • The golden spiral is seen in Hurricanes
  • The golden spiral is seen in water

PHI in The Universe

  • Phi can be found in space
  • This galaxy follows the shape of a golden spiral

PHI in the Human Body

  • Body measurements are based on Phi
  • Even our DNA is made of golden rectangles

PHI is Everywhere

  • Φ is everywhere around us
  • Do you think we can not find it in the financial markets?
  • Prices find supports and resistances at the Fibonacci ratios

Fibonacci for Supports in an Uptrend

  • For supports
  • Draw Fibonacci from the ATL to ATH, from left to right
  • Use the 23.6%, 38.2% and 61.8% levels for potential supports

Fibonacci for Resistances in an Uptrend

  • For Resistances
  • Draw Fibonacci from the ATH to last bottom, from left to right
  • Use the 161.8%, 261.8%, and 423.6% levels for potential resistances

Fibonacci for Resistances in an Downtrend

  • For resistances
  • Draw Fibonacci from the ATH to ATL, from left to right
  • Use the 23.6%, 38.2% and 61.8% levels for potential resistances

Fibonacci for Supports in an Downtrend

  • For Supports
  • Draw Fibonacci from the ATL to last top, from left to right
  • Use the 161.8%, 261.8%, and 423.6% levels for potential supports

The Story of Desmond Leong

Desmond is your average trader. He started off blowing up 7 (or more.. lost count) accounts amounting to more than 500k, tested over 30 Expert Advisors (EAs) to no success and spent over 10k on stupid useless courses.

Today he runs an award winning trading team and provides market analysis and webinars to some of the largest brokers such as IC Markets, XM, Axi, Tickmill, FXCM, VantageFX, easyMarkets and more.

He now has a simple goal: Creating an army of traders who trade profitably together and keep each other accountable. Guiding them with the most comprehensive no-BS free tutorials so that no one ever needs to go through the pain he went through himself to become a profitable trader.

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