The presented Fibonacci calculator will help you to generate four basic Fibonacci retracement values — 23.8%, 38.2%, 50% and 61.8%. All you need to do is to fill the current trend's highest and lowest values into the form below and press the "Calculate" button:

Results Direct Reverse
100.0% Retracement Value
61.8% Retracement Value
50.0% Retracement Value
38.2% Retracement Value
23.6% Retracement Value
0.0% Retracement Value

Fibonacci retracement levels are a powerful Forex tool of a technical analysis. The main idea behind these levels is the support and resistance values for a currency pair trend at which the most important breaks or bounces can appear. It is recommended to set your stop-loss, take-profit as well as stop and limit orders at these levels or around their values. This Fibonacci calculator will organize your currency trading experience and will allow you to be in the market full-time.


Use this pip value calculator if you want to know a price of a single pip for any Forex traded currency. Use this free Forex tool to calculate and plan your orders when dealing with many or exotic currency pairs. All you need to do is to fill the form below and press the "Calculate" button:

Price of pip :


Results Floor Pivot Points Woodie's Pivot Points Camarilla Pivot Points DeMark's Pivot Points
4th Resistance
3rd Resistance
2nd Resistance
1st Resistance
Pivot Point
1st Support
2nd Support
3rd Support
4th Support


Position size calculator — free Forex tool that lets you to calculate the size of the position in units and lots to accurately manage your risks. It works with all major currency pairs and crosses. It requires the minimum input values, but allows you to tune it finely to your specific needs. All you need to do is to fill the form below and press the "Calculate" button:

Money, USD
Risk Ratio, %

Calculating the amount you can risk is very important if you carefully follow money management strategy. I advise using it every time you manually open a new Forex position. It will take a minute of your time, but it will also save you from losing money you don't want to lose. Position size calculation is also a first step to the organized Forex trading, which in its turn is definite property of the professional Forex trader. Importance of the thorough position size calculation is stressed out in many influent Forex books. Sizing a position should be done in line with setting the right stop-loss and take-profit levels. And it's hard to lose all the account's money if you manage risk and position size every time you enter the Forex market. You might also find our pip value calculator useful. It can help you to find the value of the pip for different currency pairs and for the nonstandard account currencies. 


The risk and reward calculator will help you to calculate the position's best targets and their respective reward-to-risk ratios based on the Fibonacci retracements from the local peak and bottom. It's a powerful tool to determine the potential risks before entering any positions.

Bullish or Bearish?

The price needs to be inside the wave for you to use this calculator properly. Here are the two variants of the wave you can work with — bullish and bearish. The current price is C; A is the beginning of the wave (bottom for bullish and peak for bearish); B is the local maximum (for bullish wave) or minimum (for bearish wave). Fibonacci retracements (0.382 and 0.618) are calculated to form the entry, target and stop-loss levels. It's better to enter positions only if the current price (C) is close to 0.382 Fibonacci level.

Risk Reward Ratio
1st Target:
2nd Target
3rd Target

Our position size calculator may also come to use for you as it allows you to calculate the optimal position size depending on the risk you tolerate, the stop-loss level, and the total size of your account.