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Started:April 28th, 2012 (11:58 AM) by Lord Sidious Views / Replies:4,394 / 10
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 06:52 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Some thoughts Sidious. I would skip Miner's book unless you really want to trade completely via fibonacci. I went through that book, a couple of his others, his $oftware and it still didn't help with any edge. The only main thing to know are the 68%-72% retracements and a platform with an indicator that will plot those for you and projections for possible targets. I like Mark Braun's presentation better as it's seems more practical: Mark Braun - Fibonacci Trading
; I've only seen his examples videos though and I don't try to daytrade primarily based on fibonacci now.

If you're thinking about what to read next for techniques only.. :

"The Logical Trader" by Mark Fisher; I'm still reading, but I think it's one of the better ones as it brushes on other topics by an expert source.

"Trade what you see" Pesavento & Jouflas about Gartley, or you can alternatively read "webinar-gabinar" thread in the elite section and see Gabriyele's webinars/gabinars. A couple of journals show use of gartleys I think.

Brook's price action book(s). Brooks Price Action - Home But may take a long time to digest and he defines his methodology mostly in his own terms. So maybe Edwards&Magee may be preferred, or videos like below.

Some free videos/video series:
InformedTrades University - InformedTrades

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This was super helpful, thanks. Do you happen to know of any other free resources/ InformedTrades is awesome and I'd love to have a list of other free resources. Thanks again for sharing!

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