10 Remarkable Things To See About Fibonacci And The Golden Ratio

Fibonacci numbers and ratios are an important part of the StockTwits community. It is one of the more popular technical trading strategies used on StockTwits.  For this reason we decided to start a compilation post to highlight some of the amazing insights and images that we’ve seen about Fibonacci numbers. By the way, if you have a great post to share about Fibonacci, make sure to visit this link here. Now for the 10:

1.) Here’s a great presentation from a recent Ted conference:

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2.) In this post, @gregharmon shares some amazing facts about Fibonacci:

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3.) This is a must read if you want to learn how Fibonacci can be helpful to your trading and investing strategies:

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4.) One of the most amazing images you’ll see about Fibonacci in nature:

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5.) Fibonacci is all around us:

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6.) Another excellent post from @gregharmon on Fibonacci:

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7.) Here’s an excerpt from Adam Grimes’ excellent book, The Art & Science of Technical Analysis:

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8.) Here’s a video shared by @fibline on Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Ratio:

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9.) We are not sure any band in the world has used Fibonacci to make music like Tool has. Shared by @andrewunknown, this video has more than 3 million hits on Youtube:

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10.) @alphatrends posted this video. It’s about spirals and fibonacci sequences. It’s remarkable:

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