Enter the high and low price for the stock, future, currency or commodity from the previous day (or period) into the input boxes above labeled High and Low.
If you want to change the number of decimal places shown after the period you can change the value in the Decimal Points input box.
The Fibonacci ratios in the boxes on the right are the most common values used for day trading and by long-term investors. Some traders and Fibonacci specialist have their own custom ratios that they like to use. You can override any of the ratios in the list by entering your own custom ratio. All of the values you enter on this page will be saved in a cookie on your browser saving you time when you revisit this page with the same browser.
When you're ready to calculate the Fibonacci ratios for your high and low prices click Calculate the calculate button.
We have supplied enough space for you to enter up to 27 ratios in the calculator.
Our forum has a Fibonacci Calculator help topic where you can ask questions and read answers to questions that others have left. Post to this forum topic and let us know how you use the Fibonacci Calculator. We have hundreds of day traders, swing traders, and investors visiting our site every day to use this Fibonacci Calculator. They trade everything from commodities like soybean and corn, metals such as gold and silver, futures such as the E-mini S&P500, foreign currencies like the GBP/USD, and USD/JPY, and finally there are the original stock traders on the NYSE and NASDAQ not to mention our European friends trading on the London and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges.