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How to Use Fibonacci for Day & Position Trading

Dear Trader,

Self–awareness is the key to trading success. Being able to identify if day trading is appropriate for you is essential to your success. If not: use knowledge gained in the course for long term positions. What type of trader you are will depend on your discipline, patience and ability to play by the rules and the ability to adapt to various market conditions.

If day trading is not your cup of tea: the next step is to identify what instrument and time frame is appropriate for your account size and your psychology. Most students in the Fibonacci Mastery Course use what they learn not just in day trading, but for long term positions on stocks, ETFs, Forex, Option trading and mutual funds investment decisions. If a strategy works: it should work on any instrument and any time frame. Price Action and Fibonacci Retracement Strategies taught in the course remain the same: the only difference is risk management and position hold time.

We have been discussing in the Fibonacci Trading Room and in the Fibonacci Mastery Course daily that this bullish rally has been flawless this entire year. This was reflected on almost all long day trades even at historical highs on the S&P. Identical longs have been used on long term positions by most students in the course.

 View 16 S&P Trades Summary and How to Use Fibonacci for Long Term Positions

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