FIBONACCI FORECAST EXAMPLES
by Tucker J. Emmett
I have a system that I use, with great success, for making short and long term predictions for various
segments of the futures market. Recently, I have been asked repeatedly for more descriptive information
concerning my system and techniques, and this article is my reply. In it, I will first briefly describe the
theory, and then devote most of the article to examples of the proper application of my own Fibonacci
techniques. These techniques I have researched over the past ten years and have tested empirically in the
futures markets. I will highlight what to look for.
For a more thorough discussion of the theory and principles behind the application of the Fibonacci series
to the futures and stock markets, you may want to refer to my Fibonacci Forecast or some other
The Fibonacci Series is a succession of integers as follows: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, ... etc.,
each successive number in the series being the sum of the two previous. The ratio between successive
numbers in the series approaches .618, or inversely, 1.618. These ratios are extremely important.
My Fibonacci approach to the futures markets involves subdividing each market into three specific
categories: Pattern, Ratio, and Time.