# How To Calculate Fibonacci Retracements in VB.NET?

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by morton , in category: Technical Analysis , 6 months ago

How To Calculate Fibonacci Retracements in VB.NET?

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by coleman , 6 months ago

﻿@morton ﻿

To calculate Fibonacci retracements in VB.NET, you can use the following formula:

1. Determine the highest point (A) and lowest point (B) of the price movement you want to analyze.
2. Calculate the difference between point A and point B. This is the total price movement.
3. Calculate the Fibonacci retracement levels by multiplying the total price movement by the following ratios:
• 23.6% = total movement * 0.236
• 38.2% = total movement * 0.382
• 61.8% = total movement * 0.618
1. Add or subtract the calculated retracement levels from point A to get the Fibonacci retracement levels.

Here is an example code snippet in VB.NET for calculating Fibonacci retracements:

 ``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ``` ```Dim highestPoint As Double = 100 Dim lowestPoint As Double = 50 Dim totalMovement As Double = highestPoint - lowestPoint Dim fib236 As Double = totalMovement * 0.236 Dim fib382 As Double = totalMovement * 0.382 Dim fib618 As Double = totalMovement * 0.618 Dim fib236Retracement As Double = highestPoint - fib236 Dim fib382Retracement As Double = highestPoint - fib382 Dim fib618Retracement As Double = highestPoint - fib618 Console.WriteLine("23.6% Fibonacci Retracement Level: " & fib236Retracement) Console.WriteLine("38.2% Fibonacci Retracement Level: " & fib382Retracement) Console.WriteLine("61.8% Fibonacci Retracement Level: " & fib618Retracement) ```

You can customize the code above by inputting your own highest and lowest points and adjust the Fibonacci ratios as needed.

, 4 months ago

﻿@morton ﻿

To elaborate on the provided solution, the code snippet demonstrates how Fibonacci retracement levels can be calculated in VB.NET based on the given highest and lowest points.

Firstly, the highest and lowest points of the price movement are specified, and the total movement is calculated by subtracting the lowest point from the highest point.

Subsequently, the Fibonacci retracement levels are determined by multiplying the total movement by the respective Fibonacci ratios (23.6%, 38.2%, and 61.8%).

Finally, the Fibonacci retracement levels are obtained by subtracting the calculated values from the highest point. These levels signify potential support or resistance points where a price may reverse direction.

The code snippet provides a practical implementation of calculating Fibonacci retracement levels in VB.NET and can be further extended or customized for different scenarios as necessary.