The Appeal of 'Touch' — Where The Fibonacci Sequence Connects Us All

In stock trading, there are many trading methodologies and principles based on numbers, such as the Fibonacci sequence of numbers which uses ratios, such as 50.

Thematically, that's good, since that number does occur a lot in nature, often by way of its closely associated Fibonacci sequence. Which makes it all the more perplexing that, midway through the first episode, we have Danny Glover's character

In stock trading, there are many trading methodologies and principles based on numbers, such as the Fibonacci sequence of numbers which uses ratios, such as 50 percent and 61.8 percent, to determine major support and resistance levels.

The shape echoes nature in that it follows the Fibonacci sequence — 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, and on and on. The last two numbers in the sequence are added together to get the next number. When plotted out on a graph the numbers spiral around each

Sarah C. Campbell's children's book on the Fibonacci sequence is featured during the Fox TV show “Touch.” During the nationally-televised premier episode, one of the show's main characters uses “Growing Patterns” to learn more about the Fibonacci