Fib level 1.0 are perfect for pricing with demos of BTC ETH LTC XRP

(Last Updated On: May 13, 2019)
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BItcoin pushing towards 8000 USD. It could breakthrough the Fib level 1.0 or peak at it. Performance of these 3 cryptos are perfect as they almost 100% peak at Fib level 1.0. The following charts are 2 days worth of hourly timeframes. Go figure?


Check out the lastest ETH USDT green candle push up to Fib level 1.0 but still hovers just under. These Fibs levels are so predictable

LTC USDT is not as strong but still peaked at .786 Fib level. These become you exit levels since they are so predictable with Fib levels.

XRP USDT is still too choppy but most recent peak was at FIb level 1.0 in the last 2 days.

If the predictability of Fibonacci levels do not impress you, either you need to get your head examined or get your eyes checked. As they say, Fibonacci sequences are part of natural order so it seems to work here in trading quite nicely.


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