## How to use Filter in “Advanced Fibonacci Calculator”?

Filter helps to keep track of nearest Support and Resistance levels from Current price.

Lets consider the Nifty rise from 6212 to 6334. Enter these values in “To” & “From”. Now enter the current Nifty quote in the box “Current Quote Here”. If you set the filter at 0.5%, the calculator will highlight all the retracement values within (+)0.5% to (-)0.5% of current Quote.

If you are considering multiple rise and falls for retracement then you just look at the highlighted values (which may act as your immediate support or Resistance).

For a day trader, it can be very useful tool.

## Fibonacci Levels Explained:

### Fibonacci Numbers:

The Fibonacci Sequence is the series of numbers:

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, …

The next number is found by adding up the two numbers before it.

Here is a longer list:

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, 4181, 6765, 10946, 17711, 28657, 46368, 75025, 121393, 196418, 317811, …

### Golden Ratio:

This is the most interesting part of Fibonacci numbers, especially for traders. If you take any two successive Fibonacci Numbers, their ratio is very close to the Golden Ratio “φ” which is approximately 1.618034

The fun part is that the reverse of 1.618034 is equal to 0.618034 (Don’t believe it. Try it yourself)

The bigger the pair of Fibonacci Numbers, the closer the approximation.

**How does a Trader use Golden Ratio / Fibonacci numbers?**

Fibonacci calculator can help set two set of numbers:

**1) Support level** – This can be calculated by the Fibonacci retracement calculator. This the level at which market finds more demand. It can also be identified on a technical basis by seeing where the stock has bottomed out in the past.

**2) Resistance level** – This can be calculated by the Fibonacci extension calculator. These are the levels at which market finds more supply.

If the Fibonacci calculator is used with Elliot Waves, it can give remarkable results to traders. A trader could use these ratios to find high probability trades with very small stop loss.

Alternatively, you may use these ratios to find Elliott Waves extensions and to book profit near those levels.

**So how does the Fibonacci calculator work?**

Fibonacci calculations can be used for any stock and with any time frame. Use the retracement levels for the timeframe you would like to trade. It is a good idea to keep an eye on multiple retracement levels in various timeframes.

For EW experts, Fibonacci calculator is a simple and useful tool that can help you to calculate Fibonacci extension and retracement levels for the market price.

In any market (bull or bear), the corrections usually end near golden ratio or one of the other Fib retracement levels. The extensions are used to find next impulse targets.

Sonu says

How to use filter in this Fib Calculator?

nifty11 says

Thanks for your query!

Filter helps to keep track of nearest Support and Resistance levels from Current price.

Lets consider the current Nifty rise from 6212 to 6334. Enter these values in To & From. Now write the current Nifty quote in the “Current Quote Here”. If you set the filter at 0.5%, the calculator will highlight all the retracement values within (+)0.5% to (-)0.5% of current Quote.

If you are considering multiple rise and falls for retracement then you just look at the highlighted values (which may act as your immediate support or Resistance).

For a day trader, it can be very useful tool.

sometimesbullsometimesbear says

Filter

A mathematical routine that alters the price series. This may be achieved by measuring the movement of price around a moving average that smoothes the price data to remove noise. Alternatively filters may be used in developing trading rules to eliminate loss making trades.

nifty11 says

Filter helps to keep track of nearest Support and Resistance levels from Current price.

Lets consider the current Nifty rise from 6212 to 6334. Enter these values in To & From. Now write the current Nifty quote in the “Current Quote Here”. If you set the filter at 0.5%, the calculator will highlight all the retracement values within (+)0.5% to (-)0.5% of current Quote.

If you are considering multiple rise and falls for retracement then you just look at the highlighted values (which may act as your immediate support or Resistance).

For a day trader, it can be very useful tool.

sometimesbullsometimesbear says

nifty11…Pls embed this detailed explanation about the filter on the website below the calculator itself. It will help new visitors know what the filter is for. Thx

nifty11 says

Thanks for your feedback. It helps us make a better website to help Nifty traders.