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New Fibonacci Class Starts Feb 12.

Dear Trader,

On February 5th the market staged the most powerful bearish collapse on record.
We saw a bullish rally that started from Trend Inception at Fibonacci Support at 1800 and reached Key Fibonacci Reversal Levels in bearish corrections on long term institutional charts.
On Friday February 2nd at 11 am EST, we discussed with students in our Long- Term Fibonacci Mastery class that S&P reached Fibonacci Reversal Zone on long term charts and was setting up for bearish reversals. This is the time where knowledgeable Price Action and Fibonacci traders and investors must make a decision to either remain in the markets or not. Every trader and investor in the course is invested in different instruments, but uses the exact same strategies shown in videos below:
View Fibonacci Analysis on AAPL, S&P, USB, Gold, Oil.

Volatility is picking up, daily and will become much stronger when bearish corrections on long term charts will become institutional bearish reversals. Separating corrections from reversals is key in day trading and in investments or long-term positions. Traders who know the rules that separate Bearish Corrections from Bearish Reversals and trade with institutions instead against institutions will always be on the right side of the markets.

Knowledgeable traders are prepared for such powerful formations when markets move in very large points, which is essential before participating in these markets.
View the webinar below about the Proprietary Fibonacci Method:
How Fibonacci Will Improve Accuracy on AAPL, S&P, Oil, FB, Wynn, EURUSD, Race.

Knowledge of Price Action is the key to trading and investment decisions.

Join us in our Fibonacci Mastery Course and Master Indicator Free Price Action and Fibonacci Strategies that apply to any instrument and any time frame:

All classes taught in live online conference rooms, where we analyze various instruments.

"I saw a great opportunity today with one of your major levels above and your setup occurring on multiple timeframes. I took the trade using Put options on the SPY. I bought puts at $262.50 (out of the money puts) at $3.28. I sold them at $5.25, a profit of 60%. That is all I'm doing for today. I'm grateful for any profit I make in these wild markets.
I will always be grateful to you for sharing this method with us".

Love and Light,

Bullish Rally on S&P from 1800 Reached A Key Fibonacci Reversal Level

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