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    Arrow Rob's Handy Fibonacci Tool

    Folks, because I'm such a nice guy, I'm giving you a copy of my handy-dandy Fibonacci Retracement Tool.

    You need Microsoft Excel on your computer in order to run it. It's not the greatest thing since bottled beer, but it is kind of handy. If you try it and like it, let me know by leaving a little note here.

    Here's a screenshot ...



    Update: 4:03 p.m., I just added more functionality to this spreadsheet. I added a button (not shown in screenshot) to easily create a text file that has the important info from the spreadsheet.
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    Last edited by Rob; 09-19-2006 at 04:02 PM.
    óRob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    Folks, because I'm such a nice guy, I'm giving you a copy of my handy-dandy Fibonacci Retracement Tool.

    You need Microsoft Excel on your computer in order to run it. It's not the greatest thing since bottled beer, but it is kind of handy. If you try it and like it, let me know by leaving a little note here.

    Here's a screenshot ...




    Update: 4:03 p.m., I just added more functionality to this spreadsheet. I added a button (not shown in screenshot) to easily create a text file that has the important info from the spreadsheet.
    Pretty cool Rockin'Rob.... Thanks for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyehopper View Post
    Pretty cool Rockin'Rob.... Thanks for sharing!
    Ditto and groovy too Rob.
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    Hi Rob I didnít know you were a fan of Fibonacci. Are you a math major or an engineer?
    I understand the fundamental of Fibonacci and familiar with the retracement. The retracement takes the high and low of the stock and dividing by the vertical distance by the Fibonacci ratios.

    Iím not sure how to use you spreadsheet. I was trying to see your formulas but the spread sheet is writing protected. Anyway give me a few more days to think about this and will have more to add. Thanks

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    Hi Rob

    Never mind, I got it...sorry it took my dumb ass so long to figure it out. Thanks

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    Arrow Fibonacci

    Quote Originally Posted by StkyTreat View Post
    I didnít know you were a fan of Fibonacci. Are you a math major or an engineer?
    No, but maybe I should have been as much as I love numbers.

    Quote Originally Posted by StkyTreat View Post
    I understand the fundamental of Fibonacci and familiar with the retracement. The retracement takes the high and low of the stock and dividing by the vertical distance by the Fibonacci ratios.
    When I first heard about people applying Fibonacci ratios to stock prices, my first impression was that it was a lot of hooey. But I did some reading on the subject and how these retracement percentages seem to be often observed in nature, and I began to understand that there may be something to this theory. At any rate, like so many other things in life, if enough people put faith in it, it will become a self-fulfilling prophecy regardless of whether there is any validity to it. Here is an interesting article on using Fibonacci numbers in trend analysis, which also has a little background info.

    Quote Originally Posted by StkyTreat View Post
    I was trying to see your formulas but the spread sheet is writing protected.
    I always do that. In this case the formulas shouldn't be too hard to figure out.

    Quote Originally Posted by StkyTreat View Post
    . . . will have more to add.
    I would like to read what you have to say.

    Quote Originally Posted by StkyTreat View Post
    Never mind, I got it...sorry it took [me] so long to figure it out. Thanks
    You're welcome.
    óRob

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    Rob, you are one amazing guy! Thanks for sharing this technical trading tool!

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    You have done an great job...Thank you for sharing your information.
    It was really very helpful for me.


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