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FIBONACCI: As easy as 1, 1, 2, 3

Sep 10, 20197:00pm BST1 hour

The Fibonacci sequence is a numerical sequence which was discovered in the 12th Century by an Italian mathematician named Leonard Fibonacci.

It follows a set of rules that a series of numbers is created initially with 0 then add 1, then add 0+1 to get the third number thus the pattern continues.

Fibonacci ratios have become widely used and very popular trading tools with the Fibonacci retracement tool by far the most common.

Despite the high use of this tool, many traders tend to use it incorrectly resulting in false and unreliable trade signals.
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Join us on this Back to Basics Fibonacci webinar where we explain:
● What are the actual Fibonacci retracement ratios?
● In simple and straightforward talk, what you need to understand in terms of the Fibonacci ratios in relation to correctly using them as a trading tool;
● And how this useful tool can ensure more accurate trade signals;
● How to incorporate Fibonacci in an easy, but proven trend-following strategy;

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