Fibonacci Mastery, The Details Behind Toni Hansen Favorites Fibonacci Strategies

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    Toni Hansen is one of the most respected technical analysts and traders in the industry with a high reputation for accuracy in both bull and bear markets. Toni Hansen’s Fibonacci Mastery is a top-notch Fibonacci course. Her style of trading and market analysis transcends both time as well as market vehicles, making it attractive to investors and trader of stocks, futures, options, ETFs, and even the FOREX market. Toni is a frequent lecturer at trading clubs and industry expos. She is also a popular market columnist and is a repeat contributor to SFO Magazine. She recently co-authored High Profits in High Heels from Marketplace Books and SFO’s Personal Investor Series book Online Trading.

    It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been trading for 3 months or 30 years, you’ve undoubtedly heard of the “Fibonacci Ratio”.  In fact, you may have even thrown a few Fibonacci Retracement lines on a chart or two.

    But if you’re not utilizing the ‘universal law of expansion’ that IS Fibonacci to its fullest, you’re leaving money on the table… and LOTS of it!

    Out of the hundreds of courses available, Toni Hansen’s Fibonacci Mastery 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.


    Another popular application of Fibonacci is to moving average. Mastering Fibonacci moving averages offer another layer of visual confidence when timing trend development and works incredibly well when combined with time extension and Fibonacci Retracements. One of the applications I am particularly fond of deals with Fibonacci Moving Average convergences and this technique works particularly well on the reversal strategies I will be sharing later in the course.

    How do you succeed in a career where most will fail? Start with a strong system right 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!

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    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.

    The Details Behind Toni's Favorites Reversal Strategies: 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.

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