Fibonacci Calculator

How to use the Fibonacci Calculator

To use the Fibonacci Calculator, first determine whether the trend of the range that you want to derive the Fibonacci levels for is an uptrend or downtrend. Once you have determined the trend, enter in the High Price and Low Price for the desired range. You can also enter a Custom Price that is used in the determination of the extension Levels - if Custom is left blank, the High and Low values are used instead.

  • Fibonacci Levels Image
  • Uptrend
High (H)
Low (L)
Custom (C)
Reset Calculate Fibonacci Uptrend Levels
  • Retracement Levels
  • Extension Levels
0.0% 261.8%
23.6% 200.0%
38.2% 161.8%
50.0% 138.2%
61.8% 100.0%
76.4% 61.8%
100.0%
138.2%
161.8%
  • Fibonacci Levels Image
  • Downtrend
High (H)
Low (L)
Custom (C)
Reset Calculate Fibonacci Downtrend Levels
  • Retracement Levels
  • Extension Levels
0.0% 261.8%
23.6% 200%
38.2% 161.8%
50.0% 138.2%
61.8% 100.0%
76.4% 61.8%
100.0%
138.2%
161.8%

About Fibonacci Levels

The Fibonacci sequence of numbers is derived by adding the preceding two numbers, for example: 1,1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 54... This sequence of numbers was first documented centuries ago by Leonardo Pisano. It was subsequently found that this sequence of numbers commonly occurs throughout nature. Also occurring throughout nature and in fact the universe is what is called the Golden Ratio, which is 1.618 - discovered by the Greeks over 2400 years ago. Mathematicians later found that the Golden Ratio appeared in the Fibonacci sequence of numbers if they divided one number in the sequence by the preceding number and they went on to create a series of ratios which are derived by dividing alternate numbers up and down the sequence. These sets of ratios have since been used by traders and applied to charts to try and determine potential future support and resistance levels - given a previous High and Low point. In trading, these ratios are divided into Fibonacci Retracements and Fibonacci Extensions

Fibonacci Retracement Levels

Fibononacci Retracement Levels indicate potential levels of resistance and/or support that a particular derivative may encounter as it retraces its original movement in price. The Fibonacci Retracement Levels are : 23.6%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8%, 76.4%, with 0% being the starting price in the range being considered and 100% being the ending price in the range.

Fibonacci Extension Levels

Fibonacci Extension Levels, as opposed to Retracement Levels, indicate potential levels of resistance and/or support if the price of the derivative does not in fact retrace its original move, but extends it - ie: beyond the 100% level. These Extension levels can also be used as guides on where to take potential profits. The Fibonacci Extension Levels are : 61.8%, 100%, 138.2%, 161.8%, 200%, 261.8%

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