- n. A surname.
“As Castillo Fibonacci is within walking distance of the showroom, I often see Mr Crook driving to work in his Blenheim. ps.”
“That state of affairs started to change soon after 1202, the year a young Italian man, Leonardo of Pisa - the man who many centuries later a historian would dub "Fibonacci" - completed the first general purpose arithmetic book in the West”
“It matches not one but two important long-term Fibonacci grid ratio levels.”
“The level has been met and I favor the upside against 9100 for a move above 9480 and test of 9500 (9700 is an objective from a longer term Fibonacci extension).”
“Here - let's take a look at the dominant short-term Fibonacci retracement levels currently in the S&P 500:”
“Bigger picture, I remain bullish against 9160 (moving risk from 9100) in anticipation of a move above 9480. (9700 is an objective from a longer term Fibonacci extension).”
“The resistance is at 88.15, and breaking it would mean that the Dollar is about to capitalize on the break of the above mentioned trend line, which will ideally target short term Fibonacci levels: 89.20 &”
“D'Agnese's colloquial tone (King Frederick II calls Fibonacci a "smart cookie") lures readers into the story and even invites them to ferret out patterns in the illustrations.”
“Tricky as yen crosses try and stabilise at recent lows, some more successfully than others, and this one against the psychological 120.00 area and very long term Fibonacci retracement support.”
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