Fibonacci Channel Simple Average and Trend Tracking with EMAFibonacci channel Simple average and trend tracking with ema
We create a channel by taking the fibonacci average of the 20 simple average and follow the trend.
We understand that the trend is bullish or bearish with the 200 ema.
In case of a pullback to the 20 sma channel, we open a position in the direction of the trend.
Suitable values for BTC;
It gives the best results in 15-minute candles.
Not recommended for scalping.
Fib Ratio 1: 1
Fib Ratio 2: 2.8
Fib Ratio 3: 4
Sma and fib ratios should be updated according to the volatility of altcoins and tested until the strategy is profitable.
Not investment advice.

# Fibonacci-signals

Fibonacci Buy /Sell SignalsHere is a Fibonacci-based Buy/Sell Indicator using retracement levels for potential support and resistance zones. This indicator plots Fibonacci levels and provides buy/sell signals based on price interaction with these levels.
Fibonacci Levels:
Highest high and lowest low over the lookback period.
Key levels: 38.2% (retracement), 50% (midpoint), 61.8% (strong retracement).
Buy Signal: When the price crosses above the 61.8% Fibonacci level (bullish).
Sell Signal: When the price crosses below the 38.2% Fibonacci level (bearish).

FiboSequFiboSequ: Fibonacci Sequence Marking
Leonardo Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician who lived in the 12th century. His real name was Leonardo of Pisa, but he is commonly known as "Fibonacci." Fibonacci is famous for introducing the Hindu-Arabic numeral system to the Western world. This system is the basis of the modern decimal number system we use today.
Fibonacci Sequence
The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers that frequently appears in mathematics and nature. The first two numbers in the sequence are 0 and 1, and each subsequent number is the sum of the two preceding numbers.
The sequence is as follows:
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, ...
Fibonacci Time Zones:
Fibonacci time zones are used to identify potential turning points in the market at specific time intervals. These time zones correspond to the Fibonacci sequence in terms of consecutive days or weeks.
The Fibonacci sequence has a wide range of applications in both mathematics and nature. Leonardo Fibonacci's work has had a significant impact on the development of modern mathematics and numeral systems. In financial markets, the Fibonacci sequence and ratios are frequently used by technical analysts to predict and analyze market movements.
Description:
Overview:
The FiboSequ indicator marks significant days on a price chart based on the Fibonacci sequence. This can help traders identify potential turning points or areas of interest in the market. The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers where each number is the sum of the two preceding ones, often found in nature and financial markets.
Fibonacci Sequence:
The sequence used in this indicator includes: 1, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, and 2584.
These numbers represent the days to be marked on the chart, highlighting possible significant market movements.
How It Works:
User Input:
Users can input the starting date (Year, Month, and Day) from which the Fibonacci sequence will begin to be calculated.
This allows flexibility and customization based on the trader's analysis needs.
Calculation:
The starting date is converted into a timestamp in seconds.
For each bar on the chart, the number of days since the starting date is calculated.
The indicator checks if the current day matches any of the Fibonacci sequence days, the previous day, or the next day.
In this indicator, Fibonacci numbers can be displayed on the chart as plus and minus 2 days. For example, for the 145th day, signals start to appear as 143,144 and 145. This is due to dates that sometimes coincide with weekends and public holidays.
Marking the Chart:
When a match is found, a label is placed above the bar indicating the day number from the Fibonacci sequence.
These labels are colored blue with white text for easy visibility.
Usage:
This indicator can be used on any timeframe and market to help identify potential areas where price might react.
It is especially useful for those who employ Fibonacci analysis in their trading strategy.
Example:
If the starting date is January 1, 2020, the indicator will mark significant Fibonacci days (e.g., 1, 3, 5, 8 days, etc.) on the chart from this date onward.
Community Guidelines Compliance:
This indicator adheres to TradingView's Pine Script community guidelines.
It provides customizable user inputs and does not violate any terms of use.
By using the FiboSequ indicator, traders can enhance their technical analysis by incorporating time-based Fibonacci levels, potentially leading to better market timing and decision-making.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: What is the FiboSequ indicator?
A: The FiboSequ indicator is a technical analysis tool that marks significant days on a price chart based on the Fibonacci sequence. This indicator helps traders identify potential turning points or areas of interest in the market.
Q: What is the Fibonacci sequence and why is it important?
A: The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers where each number is the sum of the two preceding ones. The first two numbers are 0 and 1. This sequence frequently appears in nature and financial markets and is used in technical analysis to identify important support and resistance levels.
Q: How do the Fibonacci time zones in the indicator work?
A: Fibonacci time zones are used to identify potential market turning points at specific time intervals. The indicator calculates days based on the Fibonacci sequence (e.g., 1, 3, 5, 8 days, etc.) from the starting date and marks them on the chart.
Q: How can users set the starting date?
A: Users can input the starting date by specifying the year, month, and day. This sets the date from which the indicator begins its calculations, providing flexibility for user analysis.
Q: What do the labels in the indicator represent?
A: The labels mark specific days in the Fibonacci sequence. For example, 1st day, 3rd day, 5th day, etc. These labels are displayed in blue with white text for easy visibility.
Q: Which timeframes can I use the FiboSequ indicator on?
A: The FiboSequ indicator can be used on any timeframe. This includes daily, weekly, or monthly charts, as well as shorter timeframes.
Q: Which markets can the FiboSequ indicator be used in?
A: The FiboSequ indicator can be used in various financial markets, including stocks, forex, cryptocurrencies, commodities, and more.
Q: How can I achieve better market timing with the FiboSequ indicator?
A: The FiboSequ indicator helps identify potential market turning points using time-based Fibonacci levels. This can lead to better market timing and more informed trading decisions for traders.
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Fibonacci Step IndicatorThe Fibonacci Step Indicator assumes irregularity in calculating a moving average. It is measured as the mean of the previous lows and highs situated at Fibonacci past periods. For example, the mean of the lows from 2, 3, 5, 8, etc. periods ago form the Fibonacci step indicator.
The indicator uses the formula for the first twelve Fibonacci numbers on highs and lows so that it creates a moving support/resistance zone. Afterwards, the zone is stabilized by taking the highest highs of the upper indicator and the lowest lows of the lower indicator part.
The indicator is used as a trend following way. It can be compared to the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo cloud (without the future projection). The zone form a support and resistance area. During ranging periods, the market will fluctuate within the area which is a bad time to follow the trend (if any).

Fibonacci Moving AverageFibonacci moving averages are a more reactive form of EMA utilizing the Fibonacci sequence (1 2 3 5 8 13 ... etc) to weight values.
This method gives several advantages of EMAs: they respond much sooner to price action while still weighting for past values and longer MAs (200 candle, 800 candle) etc moving averages can be calculated from candle 1 - handy for newly listed cryptocurrencies, equities, ETFs, etc.
The script allows for up to 5 moving averages. They can also be set as WMAs which weight older values more than recent to create slow/fast MAs.
They can be used the same way regular EMAs/WMAs are used: crossovers give trade entry/exit points, can indicate trend by alignment with other MAs and by their angle up/down, and - less useful for FMAs since no one else uses them - they can provide resistance.