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Fibonacci Analysis
Are You Making These Mistakes with Fibonacci?
By Todd Gordon   
February 20, 2015

Title:Are You Making These Mistakes with Fibonacci?

Speaker: Todd Gordon

Company: Trading Analysis

Fibonacci ratio analysis is one of the most powerful leading indicators available to today's technical trader. The problem is most people either over complicate it or are simply unsure of where to start and stop the ratio analysis.

Growth as a trader happens when you anticipate market movements rather than react. Reacting to price change is what leaves you “back in the pack” initiating trades well after the ideal entry window has passed.

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Advanced Fibonacci Made Simple
By Barry Burns   
February 13, 2015

Title:Advanced Fibonacci Made Simple

Speaker:Barry Burns

Company: Top Dog Trading

Fibonacci numbers are widely used in trading - but are they really practical? Can they really help you trade more consistently?

Join Barry Burns for this live webinar as he removes the mystery of why Fibonacci trading works so well and exactly how to use it to improve your consistency.

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