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 Trend Lines Fibonacci Levels DeMark's Approaches Support & Resistance Williams' Fractals Pivot Points Previous High/Low Linear Regression
 Fibonacci Levels Action Price Touched 0.23 Fibonacci Support Level    Price Touched 0.23 Fibonacci Support Level and Reversed    Price Touched 0.38 Fibonacci Support Level    Price Touched 0.38 Fibonacci Support Level and Reversed    Price Touched 0.50 Fibonacci Support Level    Price Touched 0.50 Fibonacci Support Level and Reversed    Price Touched 0.62 Fibonacci Support Level    Price Touched 0.62 Fibonacci Support Level and Reversed    Price Touched 0.78 Fibonacci Support Level    Price Touched 0.78 Fibonacci Support Level and Reversed    Price Touched 0.23 Fibonacci Resistance Level    Price Touched 0.23 Fibonacci Resistance Level and Reversed    Price Touched 0.38 Fibonacci Resistance Level    Price Touched 0.38 Fibonacci Resistance Level and Reversed    Price Touched 0.50 Fibonacci Resistance Level    Price Touched 0.50 Fibonacci Resistance Level and Reversed    Price Touched 0.62 Fibonacci Resistance Level    Price Touched 0.62 Fibonacci Resistance Level and Reversed    Price Touched 0.78 Fibonacci Resistance Level    Price Touched 0.78 Fibonacci Resistance Level and Reversed     Fibonacci Studies - Technical Analysis from A to Z Leonardo Fibonacci was a mathematician who was born in Italy around the year 1170. It is believed that Mr. Fibonacci discovered the relationship of what is now referred to as Fibonacci numbers while studying the Great Pyramid of Gizeh in Egypt. Fibonacci numbers are a sequence of numbers in which each successive number is the sum of the two previous numbers. These numbers possess an intriguing number of interrelationships, such as the fact that any given number is approximately 1.618 times the preceding number. Any given number is approximately 0.618 times the following number. There are four popular Fibonacci studies: arcs, fans, retracements, and time zones. 