Saturday, June 16, 2007

Phi Day:Fibonacci Number is a Golden Ratio

Since June 18(Phi day) -- or 6.18 as math junkies know it -- perfectly represents the Fibonacci number or the golden ratio, it is a good time to take alook at what this is all about.

Even though the Fibonacci numbers are named after Leonardo of Pisa, known as Fibonacci, they had been described earlier in India

Fibonacci techniques can identify market turns and senior analysts use charts and explanations to educate you on Fibonacci Retracements, Fibonacci Extensions, Fibonacci Circles, Fibonacci Fans and Fibonacci Time.

I found a site which can teach you how to apply Fibonacci math to real-world trading. Click Here
Did you read The Da Vinci Code? Does math, history, science or technology really get you going? Or in case you are just curious about Fibonacci, head on to this page or to this Wikipedia page

Fibonacci sequences appear in biological settings such as branching in trees, the spiral of shells, the curve of waves. Interesting, no!!

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