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stockfetcher
963 posts
msg #273
12/20/2002 9:42:09 AM

StockFetcher has recently added filtering based on Fibonacci retracement lines. You can specify whether you want your retracement lines drawn from a recent down-turn or up-swing.

To read more about how to use this new feature visit the forum message below:

Fibonacci Retracement Lines

Below is a sample chart demonstrating the Fibonacci retracement lines:



Here are a couple examples on how to screen using these values:

Fetcher[show stocks where the Fibonacci Down(65,10) is near 0.618]


Fetcher[show stocks where the Fibonacci Up(135,20) is near 0.50]


Fetcher[show stocks where the Fibonacci Down(65,10) crossed above 0.382 and Fibonacci Down(65,10) is below 0.50]



If you have any questions about this new feature, don't hesitate to drop us a line!

StockFetcher.com Support


hawk
5 posts
msg #68292
Ignore hawk
10/10/2008 8:51:58 PM

How do I display Fibonacci lines on any chart without using them for scanning?

mightybobo1
6 posts
msg #74936
Ignore mightybobo1
6/2/2009 3:21:16 PM

My question is the same. Can anybody tell me how to apply fibonacci retracements (lines) to the symbol of my choice?

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #74940
Ignore chetron
6/2/2009 5:26:05 PM

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