Investor Education Bollinger Band

Financial Indicator

Investors can use prediction functions to forecast Investor Education historic prices and determine the direction of FILTER future trends based on various well-known forecasting models. However looking at historical price movement exclusively is usually misleading. Macroaxis recommends to always use this module together with analysis of Investor Education historical fundamentals such as revenue growth or operating cash flow patterns. See also Investing Opportunities.
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Bollinger Bands are intervals drawn on Investor Education price chart at standard deviation levels above and below the corresponding moving average. This produces an effect of having the bands widen during periods of FILTER higher volatility and contract during less volatile periods. Bollinger Bands indicate the relative supply and demand for Investor Education. If Investor Education price moves close to the top of the interval then it indicates that there is strong demand for the asset, alternatively if Investor Education hugs the bottom of the trading range then it indicates that there is oversupply of the asset.
This indicator was developed by John Bollinger, CFA, an American author and well known financial analyst. Since the Bollinger Bands will nearly always be combined with other indicators when forming a trading system the number of periods used in the evaluation of the standard deviation and moving average of Investor Education is very important. Macroaxis uses 15 as a moving average period and 2 for standard deviation. Learn more about Bollinger Bands on bollingerbands.com

Bollinger Band In A Nutshell

When using the Bollinger Band it would be safe to say that adding a momentum indicator could certainly help to sharpen your predictions about the market. For example, if you are using a Stochastic and it is above 80 while the chart is nearing the top of the Bollinger Band, you can have a decent opinion that the market may be becoming over bought. Same can be said for the reverse if the Stochastic is below 20 and the chart is nearing the bottom Bollinger Band.

Taking a look at this charting tool, it allows the trader to see when a stock is in the upper part of its trading range or the lower. The Bollinger Band was created by John Bollinger, and it uses the simple moving average, and plots two standard deviations away from the average. Many traders and investors use the Bollinger Band to determine if a stock or other trading product is becoming over bought and over sold. Using standard deviation, we can assume that there is an above 90% chance that a given data point stays within two standard deviations.

Closer Look at Bollinger Band

As with any charting tool, they are never 100% and should be tested on a demo account before being used. With the Bollinger Band tool, many of the charting platforms will let you change the parameters of the tool to fit your investing and trading style. Another way to use it is with fundamental data, as that can give you an indication of where price may want to go. If the price of a stock is expensive fundamentally, and you see that price is nearing the top of the Bollinger Band, then that could indicate a potential selling opportunity. Either way you decide to use the tool, this has been used by many and continues to be used today. Again, test it on a demo account before transitioning over to a live account to ensure you fully understand how it works.

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