The Bollinger Bands service provides charts, screening and analysis based on Bollinger Bands. The primary components of the service are daily lists of stocks that meet the criteria for four different trading methods (METHODS) developed created by John Bollinger which are calculated and updated nightly.
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Bollinger Bands are a powerful technical indicator created by John Bollinger. Some traders will swear trading a Bollinger Bands strategy is key to their success (if you meet people like this be wary). The bands encapsulate the price movement of a stock. It provides relative boundaries of highs and lows.
Bollinger Bands ® Explained – The Best Trading Indicator
As the name implies, Bollinger Bands ® are price channels (bands) that are plotted above and below price. The outer Bollinger Bands ® are based on price volatility, which means that they expand when the price fluctuates and trends strongly, and the Bands contract during sideways consolidations and low momentum trends.
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Bollinger Bands are a trend indicator that detects the volatility and dynamics of the price on the market. The bands contract when the market volatility is low and expand when volatility increases. During periods of low volatility, the bands are narrow, while during periods of high volatility Bollinger Bands expand drastically.
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The Bollinger Bands Trading Strategy Guide
You know the middle line of the Bollinger Bands is simply a 20-period moving average (otherwise known as the mean of the Bollinger Bands). And in strong trending markets, the 20-period moving average can act as an “area of value”. This means when the market pullback towards the 20 MA, it’s an opportunity for you to get long (or short).
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Bollinger Bands were invented by John Bollinger. Used to confirm trading signals, normally from a Momentum Indicator, the bands indicate overbought and oversold levels relative to a moving average.