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Advanced Fibonacci Trading Techniques - Corrective Clusters
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Member Since Jul 05, 2019  9 posts BP Traders (BP_Traders) Jul 12 at 15:35
The basic and common applications of the Fibonacci trading methodology are very well known and have been used by traders and investors for many years.

Unfortunately however, the basic applications are just not reliable enough, which makes it very difficult to keep sustainable profitability, using the Fibonacci common practice, over the long run. On the other hand, the advanced version of the Fibonacci applications can make a world of difference.

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