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"" is designed to give you a complete understanding of and the total capability for applying Fibonacci profitably to your trading. Get ready for the most comprehensive, yet easily absorbed set of concepts and rules… that you’ll be able to add to your trading plan for increased profits. Most successful traders use Fibonacci as the backbone of long-term success.


"" training program consists of 8-weeks of interactive video training followed by 4 weeks of market training videos to integrate what you’ve learned in real-time. You can go back and watch these training videos as often as you like and at your own pace. All live training sessions are also recorded for your benefit.


This in-depth course is organized into three key components designed to help you achieve long-term success:

  1. begins with 16 technique and strategy classes available online. The average class length is 45 minutes.
  2. You will also receive access to my personal Market Timing Playbook, which details my favorite trading strategies… inside and out! This playbook covers everything from the pros and cons I look for in the pattern development on each of these strategies to how I time my entries, set and adjust my stops, and hit my targets.
  3. Market Training Once you have completed the online video portion of the course, you will watch a series of videos for 4 weeks where I will personally show you how to apply the techniques you learned using live market data. You’ll have seen how my techniques work in theory. Now you will see them in practice!

Once again, I thank you for interest and I look forward to working together!



Out of the hundreds of indicators available, Fibonacci ratios have become some of the most popular market timing tools used by traders today. The primary use of Fibonacci in the markets is as a tool for predicting turning points and price targets. There are a number of techniques for doing so. The first of these I will be exploring in greatest detail will be Fibonacci Retracement, Extension, and Expansion Levels. All three of these can be used as Fibonacci Projections, but differ in their applications. I will spend the first week of class ensuring you understand the basics for how to apply these levels, but you will find even greater details as we go forward and look at strategy-specific uses for these Fibonacci techniques.

Speed/Resistance Arcs and Fibonacci Fans are also becoming increasingly popular indicators for Fibonacci aficionados. While Retracement, Extension, and Expansion levels all offer key price points for support and resistance, Fibonacci Arcs and Fans add an element of market timing where time extensions and price projections intersect. Their applications, however, are quite different. Fibonacci Fans employ an element of trend development and trend line analysis. While I will introduce them to you from the beginning, we will return to them as a topic for further discussion in the portion of this course dealing specifically with trend development.

Fibonacci Arcs, are another technique altogether. They are used primarily when timing price continuation strategies. They play out over periods of price correction, guiding traders to optimal entry zones for a continuation of a larger price move, as well as target points once the continuation is under way. However, they are one of the most difficult Fibonacci tools to master, because the arcs created will shift whenever you change the vertical or horizontal scale on a chart. This leaves many newer traders incredibly confused as to whether or not they are even worthwhile when it appears that they can be so easily manipulated to suit hindsight scenarios. Interestingly, when I went to see what else was available on the web on this topic, it was clear that nearly ALL of the examples in the lessons that popped up in my Google search on Fibonacci Arcs came from hindsight and did NOT show you how they work in practice.


Fibonacci levels alone will not be enough to guarantee your success as a trader. You must also have a firm grasp on the underlying price development in the security you are trading. You heard me emphasize in Video 2 the importance of understanding trend development whenever you are looking to place or exit a trade. Elliott Wave Theory is by far the most popular system for understanding trend development. As we delve into this portion of our course, I will begin by sharing with you the basic tenets behind Elliott Wave. From there, I will share with you the role Elliott Wave Theory plays into system of trend analysis that I have personally developed over the past 15 years and how Fibonacci factors into this system.

“Wave counting” only takes you so far. When does one wave end and another begin? When should I expect 2 waves in a trend move versus 3, or 5, or more? These questions can only be answered by also looking at momentum and the time extension of the waves in question. Optimal trades come along at optimal times. If your timing is off, what may look like a perfect trigger point to enter a new position may actually be a trap. On the other hand, if you are already in a trade and overlook the role of time development, you may exit a position at what may only be a minor zone of price support or resistance, leaving half of your would-be gains on the table while you stand aside in disbelief.

Fibonacci Time Extension Lines take your market timing to this next step. They can be used not only to predict when consolidation moves will likely break, but also when the breakout moves will likely stall. When you combine these the Time Extension points with the Fibonacci Retracement and Extension Levels it’s like having cross-hairs on your chart identifying the optimal target zone.


How do you succeed in a career where most will fail? Start with a strong systemright from the beginning! For the next two weeks you will be shown several top trading strategies that have withstood 15 years of being “Put to the Test” in nearly every market and on nearly every time frame. Different types of Fibonacci tools play different roles, depending on which strategy you are focusing upon and the type of trend and momentum moves involved. A Fibonacci tool that works well for identifying key price points in one strategy will not always work in another.

As you may recall, I shared one type of a trend continuation strategy I trade quite often in Video 1 and in that video I also shared some of the techniques I applied for timing my entry and management on that position. Now it’s time to get into the details! A “simple breakout”, for example, is not really that simple. It was the first technique I learned… and I failed miserably… at least to begin with. Then I learned a few tricks. And then I learned a few more. Now, even when I take a breakout trade that fails on me, I knew going into it that my risk was higher to begin with. But if a trade works out only 50% of the time, yet yields 5 times your risk when it succeeds, it can be worth taking that risk!

This week we will be looking at several of my favorite continuation strategies and how Fibonacci levels are applied differently depending on the strategy that has formed. As we look at the details of the strategies shared both this week and next, I will be addressing risk management, entry triggers and the pros and cons of alternate entry techniques, such as when it is okay to scale into a position and when you should not, and which targets levels should be used.


Today a trader asked me a very important question. It went something along the lines of, “but I thought Fibonacci only worked in trending markets?” Goodness, no! This is an incredibly common misconception. In fact, some of my favorite strategies are price reversals. In Video 2 I shared the basic outline of one of these reversal strategies, the Momentum Reversal, but this week I’ll be getting into even greater detail! Risk management, entry timing, target timing, etc. will all be covered, as well as how these strategies unfold differently on one time frame depending on where they form in the context of the larger trend.

Another reversal technique I use quite often is one I’ve dubbed a “2T” at highs (2 Tops) and “2B” (2 Bottoms) at lows. It is a type of double top/double bottom that involves a price flush known as a “trap”. When it takes place at the highs of a trend, it creates a “bull trap” that also flushes out bears who attempted to short too soon! This price flush helps the actual reversal gain even greater momentum once it takes hold!


Let’s face it… Things don’t always go as planned and managing a trade that is NOT following through as anticipated can be quite unnerving. One of the most common problems traders have shared with me (and I also experienced in early years) were three-fold: 

  1. A habit of bailing on a winning trade too soon (including moving my stop to breakeven only to see prices take off quickly thereafter)
  2. Not recognizing when a strategy had failed me and refusing to adjust my stop accordingly, resulting in larger losses than I should have taken
  3. Not adjusting my stop levels properly and knowing when to make the switch to take gains into support or resistance levels, versus when to use trailing stops, thus giving back a large portion of my gains instead of exiting into highs or lows

So, in the final week of the video portion of this course, I will be sharing with you the techniques that I used to overcome these impulses and cues that I use to manage my open trades.

Of course, the video portion outlined above is merely the beginning. In addition, I’ll be sharing with you my Market Timing Playbook, which gives you all the pros/cons and trade management tools you need to trade my favorite setups.


Then, for the next four weeks, I will share with you via video how I apply everything I have taught you as the charts unfold in front of us. This will not only solidify your confidence in my system, but will also serve as the perfect opportunity to bring to the table any unanswered questions you may still have or topics you would like to see expounded upon even further!

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