I'm not a believer in the whole "fibonacci levels in the markets are magic" theory, but if you are, (and I know you're out there, otherwise, my library would not have so many books on just this topic), you will love this story: http://www.amnh.org/nationalcenter/youngnaturalistawards/2011/aidan.html "My conclusions suggest that the Fibonacci pattern in trees makes an evolutionary difference. This is probably why the Fibonacci pattern is found in deciduous trees living in higher latitudes. The Fibonacci pattern gives plants like the oak tree a competitive edge while collecting sunlight when the Sun moves through the sky. My investigation has created more questions to answer. Why are there different Fibonacci patterns among trees? Is one pattern more efficient than another? More testing of other types of trees is needed." It's amazing what an enquiring mind can achieve eh? This guy would probably make a good trader.