Examples of Charts with Fibonacci Zones and Golden Mean Zones marked up that are quite intriguing to say the least:                                                                                                                                                                              
With these charts use the Zones page (home page) and you will see exactly where I get the numbers to put these Horizontal support and resistance lines.                                                                                                                                                                                
Most charts will only allow you to put a limited number of horizontal line overlays on a single chart but if you have access to a platform like Scottrade Elite (Soon to be retired when it switches to Think or Swim with TD) but with Elite I was able to put as many Zones (Lines) as I wanted which was also interesting.  I'll show a few of those charts after all of these main charts of the Major Indices (INDU, COMP, and SPX each are the monthly chart).                                                                                                                                                                                
The above chart is the last 100 years of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDU) with just the Actual Fibonacci Zones marked with lines(Fibonacci Sequence main numbers) INDU with just the Actual Golden Mean Zones marked. (Golden Mean Sequence main numbers)                                                                                                                                              
This chart is the S&P 500 (SPX) with just the Actual Fibonacci Sequence Zones marked up.     Chart of SPX with just the Actual Golden Mean Sequence Zones marked up.                                                                                                                                            
This is the chart of the Nasdaq Composite 100 with just the Actual Fibonacci Sequence Zones marked.     Chart of the COMP with just the Golden Mean Sequence Zones marked.                                                                                                                                            
Now the following 3 charts are going to show a combination of Fibonacci Zones (Minor, Actual, and Major Zones) with a single Golden Mean Zone (Actual) of the INDU/Dow Jones Industrial Average from the Elite Platform that I was speaking of at the top.  You can spot the colors of each zone to easily identify where that zone came from on each Table: the bright red being the Actual Fibonacci Zone, Blue being the Actual Golden Mean Zone, Burgundy being the Major Fibonacci Zones and Orange being the Minor Fibonacci Zones.   Also notice the trend lines (3 blue slightly inclined lines) coming from the 80's/early 90's channel and look at what happens in 2008/2009 crash in one of the charts.