The “Future of Finance” will be built on top of this Crypto!
‘Decentralisation' is a word you constantly hear throughout the crypto world. And there's a good reason for this…
It forms the foundation of everything in crypto.
The idea that you don't need to rely on a central authority to make things work - be they financial transactions, contracts, proof of ownership, proof of identity… anything - is what crypto is all about.
And that's where DeFi or ‘decentralised finance' comes in…
Just as bitcoin allows you to make payments without a bank, DeFi allows you to create an entire financial system without banks or central authorities.
And this could overtake every area of traditional finance, because it makes things cheaper and more efficient.
But first, let us look at how the Fibonacci
sequence is constructed
Fibonacci described an amazingly simple sequence which looks like this:
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144…
To create this sequence, all you need do is add the last number to whatever number is to the left of it.
There is no number to the left of 1, so you add 0, which will give you another 1.
Then you add 1 and 1, which will give you 2.
Then you add 1 and 2, which will give you 3.
Then you add 2 and 3, which will give you 5.
Then you add 5 and 3, and you get 8.
And so, you can keep going for as long as you want.
Now, the interesting part of this sequence is that, starting with 8, if you divide any number in the sequence with the number to its left, you will get roughly 1.618 or the golden ratio. Likewise, if you divide any number in the sequence to the number on its right, you will get the inverse: 0.618.
You can also divide numbers in the sequence by numbers twice removed to get the ratios we use in technical analysis.
These ratios are 0.236, 0.382 and 0.764. The only outlier is 0.5 which has nothing to do with the Fibonacci sequence but still seems to be important when it comes to technical charting.
Predominantly, we use these ratios in a little thing called the Fibonacci retracement tool.
Any charting package worth its salt will have this tool included. And any good broker will likely include the tool as part of your standard online trading package.
So, how do you use it?
First, find either a bullish or bearish trend. Then, using your Fibonacci retracement tool, connect the start of the trend to the end of the trend (for more on trend lines you can read our previous articles here
So, if it is a bearish trend, connect the top of the trend to the bottom of the trend, like I did in the chart below.
The Brutal Truth About What
Successful Traders Want...
Take a guess?
Money? Cars? First Class plane tickets?
No… This is NOT what successful traders want.
You can achieve this through a normal 9-5 job….
You can achieve this through saving money for years on end.
You can achieve this from starting your own business and working your way up…
Successful traders want something far deeper and MUCH more meaningful…
How to connect the trend
The top and bottom lines are equal to the top and bottom of the trend. The lines in between represent the important technical ratios 0.236, 0382, 0.5, 0.618 and 0.764.
As you can see, these ratios consistently indicate where you can expect to find support and resistance.
And if you can tell when a stock is about to turn, this is a massive help in deciding where and when to open new trades or close existing ones.
These ratios are extremely valuable when used correctly. Hence the reason your trading platform should always have Fibonacci tools included.
Technical analysts understand their worth!
If you’re ready to apply the laws of the universe in your trading, and would like to open an account, send me an email on email@example.com
and I’ll help you get set up!
You might also be interested to know, Rand Swiss this week collected the award for being South Africa’s Top Online Broker. No doubt, one of the reasons is because our trading platforms include useful items like the Fibonacci Retracement Tool.
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