following is a step by step process to get started using the Fibonacci
(Version 4 or later)
lets get connected to your data vendor.
Utilities, data source, Select RT Data Vendor.
on the radio button next to the name of your data vendor.
E-signal users make sure the esignal server address box reads cm*.esignal.com. The
eSignal Data Manager program must be running before you can connect to E-signal.
this point you may be
asked to type in your user name and password.
Do so and press ok. This
will depend upon your data vendor.
lets make sure your Exchange Time Zones are set correctly
program automatically sets the time zones, most of the time all
parameters will be correct. This item is just to check if your time
zones are correct. Do not change them, if you think they are incorrect
send us an email asking about it.
time zone is actually the difference in hours from your computer time
and the exchange time.
File, exchanges, edit exchanges. The “exchanges” window appears
listing the most common exchanges.
Please note that you can build your own exchanges and add
them to the list.
done click “exit”
setup a stock symbol. We
are going to use the IBM as our example using DTNiq as our Data
File, Symbols, New Symbol.
the exchange window scroll down and click once on the “New York
Stock Exchange”. It
will then ask you if you want to use the default trading times for
this exchange. Select “Yes”
type select ‘Real Time”
the Description box type in the name of the stock symbol you are
setting up. In this
case type “IBM”. You
can type International Business Machines if you want but it is best
to keep descriptions as short as possible.
up the “symbol” in your
symbols directory (provided only by your data provider).
the symbol box, type in the “symbol”.
Remember to use capital letters if your data vendor requires them.
So, we type in IBM
“Stocks” as your folder.
“decimal” as your unit and place a 2 in the box decimal box.
in .01 as your tick size.
on trading time and make sure that the open and close times are
correct for the stock symbol you are setting up.
These times must be in the local exchange time not the time where you
If you are not sure what the correct trading times should be go to the exchange's website and look
it up under contract specifications. We do not have
FTGT symbol blank (for future use).
note that you can quickly add symbols to your default exchange (in most
cases this will be the New York Stock Exchange but can be changed to
whatever exchange you like) by hitting the F5 key and typing in the
symbol. You can also quickly add
symbols to any other exchange by hitting the F5 key and typing in the
exchange abbreviation and symbol using the following format:
For example, NASDAQ~INTC. Right click on the newly created symbol and select edit.
Make sure that all the parameters are set correctly.
its time to make a chart. We
are going to create an 80-Daily-Weekly chart as well as a
Daily-Weekly-Monthly chart for IBM
Chart. The Chart control window will open.
In the left window pane you
will see the following folders:
archive, and end of day. Within these folders are sub-folders
named futures, indices, and stocks.
You can access these
sub-folders by double clicking on the main folder name or by clicking
on the plus sign next to each folder.
on the + sign next to the stocks folder.
click on IBM and select “create new plan”.
80 in the box on the own period row. Put a check mark next to
“D” on the “Next” row, and another check mark next to the
“W” on the highest row
lets create our final chart, the D-W-M IBM chart.
the Create Chart window is still open and the IBM symbol is still
highlighted in the “Contract” box, we simply select our new time
a check mark next to the “D” on the Own Period row.
W and the M for the next and highest time periods will automatically
OK to create the chart.
the “x” in the upper right hand corner of the “Chart”
Finally, lets add an indicator to
our chart. For our example
we are going to add the Dynamic Trio Next to our D-W-M IBM chart we just
created. Since we are selecting a next time period indicator on a D-W-M
chart, the indicator will use weekly prices to calculate itself but will
be drawn on the Daily bar chart. This
is the Multiple Time Frame concept in action and the real strength of
the Fibonacci Trader Program.
you have more than one chart open, click on the chart that you want
to add an indicator to in order to make it the active window.
Indicators. A window appears showing a list of the
indicators that come with the program
the vertical scroll bar in the indicators window press the down
arrow until you can see the Dynamic Trio.
on it to highlight it.
add. You will then see
the Dynamic Trio Next in the indicator window above.
exit to see the indicator on your chart.
will also see the name of the indicator and its given parameters
printed in the upper left hand corner of your chart. Right clicking
on the name of the indicator will bring up a menu that allows you to
choose to edit or delete the indicator.
See owners manual for details on editing the parameters of an
should now be up and running with no problem.
For a more in depth discussion on the powerful features of the
Fibonacci Trader, please consult the F.A.Q.
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possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your
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afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with
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