Fibonacci Trading Strategy Fibonacci Extensions



Fibonacci Trading Strategy that helps you know when to EXIT A TRADE.

Here’s a technique that goes beyond simply using a Fibonacci retracement for entries. This shows you how to use Fibonacci extension for exits.

This works equally well for the stock market and futures a E-minis.

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