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by Constance Brown

  • Author: Constance Brown
  • ISBN: 1576602613
  • ISBN13: 978-1576602614
  • ePub: 1394 kb | FB2: 1596 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Investing
  • Publisher: Bloomberg Press; 1 edition (August 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 208
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 957
  • Format: azw lrf mobi lit
Fibonacci Analysis ePub download

Fibonacci analysis is one of the most popular technical analysis tools, yet it is often used incorrectly. Brown quickly clears up common misconceptions and moves on to show, step by step, the correct way to apply the technique in any market.

Fibonacci analysis is one of the most popular technical analysis tools, yet it is often used incorrectly. Those with Fibonacci analysis software will learn how to use it with maximum effectiveness; those without will chart the market the old-fashioned way. All will find answers to the trader's most important questions: Where is the market going?

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Only someone who is both a successful trader and a successful writer could pull off what Constance Brown has accomplished in this book: distilling Fibonacci analysis to two hundred or so comprehensive, clearly written, eminently practical pages. Brown knows exactly what a professional trying to come up to speed on a new trading tool needs and she provides it, covering what Fibonacci analysis is, how it works, where it comes from, pitfalls and dangers, and, of course, how to use it. Basic trading strategies are touched upon in virtually every chapter. Fibonacci analysis is one.

Brown, Constance M. Fibonacci analysis/Constance Brown. The rst book would be the one in your hands today on Fibonacci techniques. p. c. (Bloomberg market essentials) Includes bibliographical references and index. Summary: Fibonacci Analysis gives traders a first step toward applying Fibonacci analysis in the market. The book covers key elements of this technical analysis tool. Traders will get up to speed quickly on its unique benefits. The major ratios between numbers in the Fibonacci sequence describe predictable market patterns. The second book would be on harmonics.

Fibonacci Analysis book. Constance Brown obviously is very familiar with Fibonacci analysis, but I didn't relate very easily to her way of explaining the topics and found myself having to refer back to a lot of stuff as I was working through it. It also doesn't help that half of the charts are printed in landscape orientation and I was constantly rotating the book back and forth between sentences.

it is completely disorganized.

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Constance Brown – Fibonacci Analysis.

Constance Brown – Fibonacci Analysis. Constance Brown – Fibonacci Analysis. Only someone who is both a successful trader and a successful writer could pull off what Constance Brown has accomplished in this book: distilling Fibonacci analysis to two hundred or so comprehensive, clearly written, eminently practical pages.

Fibonacci analysis can be very helpful in this situation. This is when Fibonacci analysis can be very helpful in either determining a stop that would allow you to stay with a major trend, or in finding an entry level for new positions

Fibonacci analysis can be very helpful in this situation. This is when Fibonacci analysis can be very helpful in either determining a stop that would allow you to stay with a major trend, or in finding an entry level for new positions.

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Only someone who is both a successful trader and a successfulwriter could pull off what Constance Brown has accomplished in thisbook: distilling Fibonacci analysis to two hundred or socomprehensive, clearly written, eminently practical pages.

Brown knows exactly what a professional trying to come up tospeed on a new trading tool needs and she provides it, coveringwhat Fibonacci analysis is, how it works, where it comes from,pitfalls and dangers, and, of course, how to use it. Basic tradingstrategies are touched upon in virtually every chapter.

Fibonacci analysis is one of the most popular technical analysistools, yet it is often used incorrectly. Brown quickly clears upcommon misconceptions and moves on to show, step by step, thecorrect way to apply the technique in any market.

Those with Fibonacci analysis software will learn how to use itwith maximum effectiveness; those without will chart the market theold-fashioned way. All will find answers to the trader's mostimportant questions:

Where is the market going?At what level should my stop be entered?Based on the size of my trading account, how much should Ileverage into a trading position?Can I tell if I am in trouble before my stop is hit?How much should I buy or sell if given a second orthird opportunity?

Occasional references to other tools--including Elliott Wave,W.D. Gann, and candlestick charts--and an extensive bibliographymake this book richer for accomplished technical analysts withoutconfounding the less experienced. Plentiful real-life examples anddozens of carefully annotated charts insure every reader will getmaximum value from every minute spent with this book.

Gold Medal Winner (tie), Investing Category, Axiom BusinessBook Awards (2009)

Winner: Book Series Cover Design, The Bookbinders Guild ofNew York/2009 New York Book Show Awards

Centrizius
There IS an actual edge here. First the bad parts: If you want a beginner book look elsewhere. The other knock against this book is that it does what ALL Fibonacci books do by spending too much time on history and mystical spiritual bs surrounding fibs. Finally I still don’t think timing is refined enough to be useful. The good part of this book is that my fib levels are so sharp now and I make way more money so... that’s more important than anything else.
Dori
My review is about the quality of the Kindle book that I picked up while traveling.

Bad: Many images are sideways and require zooming to make them clear.
Good: Can use one Kindle device for the image while reading the text on another device.
Bad: Look at Figure B.4. For me, it's just not possible to understand where the lines are drawn.
Bad: Kindle doesn't let me draw on the images or link the text to the images.

I have tried on the PC, iPad and iPhone, they are all very unclear.
Probably best to go with a print copy. Maybe somebody can confirm the image quality is better or if it is because these images are 10 years old and were never very clear.

A few other thoughts:
The team could have taken more time in thoughtful organization the book - presenting historical concepts with references first and then digging into a process for analyzing charts. There are lots of examples where the author says, I will show you later, but no link/reference to where...

Chapter 2 The author says she is fast at analyzing charts, "am very fast... knowing there are a few internal points... gaps are one... but there are many others such as strong bars." Few internal points? Many others? I find it contradictory.

Figure 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, 2.14, and 2.15 are all labeled "Centex 3-Day Chart" - So not easy to find the chart that shows gaps or the chart that shows bars.
Zieryn
This book is complicated and sometimes seems out of focus.
However it teaches something that I haven't found anywhere else : how to correctly select the starting and ending points of a Fibonacci range.
If you look at Alan Farley, Carolyn Boroden or Joe DiNapoli books, you'll see that their method is to identify the low and the high of each swing. I constantly lost money using Fibonacci retracements with their methods and Constance Brown explains why : the market may be contracting or expanding and you may start the range after a gap, at the beginning of a long bar, after the second correction, etc...
I admit it can look very personal and somewhat arbitrary, but once you've done it several times, the beginning and ending points seem to jump out of the chart ; the confluence zones, hidden to most of the traders, come to life and those levels are respected within ticks... it's almost magic (and at least this trading edge won't be duplicated too soon by any computer program) ! This enables you to "predict" where the market will turn and as a consequence, place very tight stops... Very different from what can be taught by several "experts" : "the market should stop retracing between the 38% and 62% retracements" - in this book you'll learn to make very precise predictions : if wrong, you get out with a minimal loss - if right, the trend resumes and you hit jackpot because you can trade a large position, as your exit point is so near the entry !
On the first reading, I didn't get everything and found that the book looses focus on several chapters (discussion on Gann or astronomy for cycle analysis for example). The last chapter, aimed at selecting which confluence zone is more significant, is unclear ... I've read it several time and can't understand how to do it right.
However, all the discussions on the "internal markers" used to define the beginning and ending points of each grid are priceless.
I almost can't place a trade without fib grids on a chart : 5 stars !
Adorardana
If you look at the reviews of Constance Brown's books on Amazon.com, reviewers fall into the "love it" or "hate it" categories -- no one is in the middle. I've read almost all her books (the new one on Elliott Wave isn't out for another few months and there is one that Amazon doesn't carry, but B&N does). My review covers all of her books in a way, but is meant to be specific to the text on Fibonacci Analysis Fibonacci Analysis (Bloomberg Financial).

Fibonacci analysis is not a trivial process, although most charting software would make you think it is. As Constance points out beautifully, the selection of pivot points isn't as simple or mindless as "take the extreme high and low points" -- markets have an internal geometry that changes over time and you have to match that geometry to pick the proper pivots and thus create the correct confluence zones. She's very upfront about this in her Introduction and in the text itself, again and again. This analysis takes proper tools (whether computer drawn or with proportional dividers on paper) and practice ... and ideally (but not mandatory) a mentor to help guide you.

Is this book a stand-alone text? Yes, it is complete to itself. However, as Constance says (my paraphrase), "WD Gann spent decades learning about the mysteries of the Sacred Ratio and how to apply it; I've spent years, building on his and my mentor's further teachings; and if you're serious, you'll spend lots of time learning the basics and then making it your own". There is no easy road and this isn't "all you need to know about Fibonacci in 8 easy lessons". This is the freshman year of college and you have the rest of college and then graduate and post-graduate work ahead of you if you want in-depth understanding.

Remember that this book has a limited number of examples and pages. You have to study and repeat what Constance does on your own charts for the lessons to sink in. It would be ideal to sit with her for a week, but few of us have either the time or money to do that. Reading other dedicated Fibonacci books [e.g., Fibonacci Trading by Carol Boroden Fibonacci Trading: How to Master the Time and Price Advantage) or going to trader websites using Fibonacci techniques can show you alternate methods, or better yet, give you an opportunity to see how Constance Brown's technique improves on what is the "industry standard" for traders. All of it is learning and making this tool your own.

Are there errors in the text? Yes, a few, but they are relatively minor and if you're reading and understanding the material, you'll know the corrections you need to make. I've found typos and minor corrections in most books and this has fewer that most others in the finance/trading universe.

Does she answer the questions she raises in the text? Yes, she does. It may be in a later chapter or rephrased slightly, but she never leaves us wondering ...

In short, this is not an easy book to read, but that's because the material isn't easy. The writing is well done, clear and the progression from basics to advanced concepts is exactly what the student needs.

This book has taken a place of honor in my trading library, next to her master work on Technical Analysis. She points out the path and gives us our first lessons, but there is no "predigested spoon feeding" here; the rest is up to us as students to find, learn, master and ultimately, pass on to others.
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