Lesson 14

Bollinger Bands



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Bollinger Bands

Bollinger Bands are volatility bands overlaid on a moving average. When the bands widen it signals that volatility has increased and when the bands contract it signals that volatility has decreased. The combination of the volatility bands with the standard 20-period moving average in the middle of the bands allows us to track both momentum and volatility in the market. In this session you will learn to use Bollinger Bands to enter trending markets, spot the different market types easily, and make money trading. Bollinger Bands are one of the most popular technical indicators and used in all sorts of trading methods, strategies and automated trading systems, I personally LOVE them!

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Bollinger Bands are used to tell us when price is?

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Bollinger Bands use how many lines?

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Bollinger Bands are considered a?

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When the price action hits the bottom Bollinger Band what does this typically mean?

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The line through the middle of the Bollinger Bands is typically a?

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Fading is a technique used?

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When the price action hits the top Bollinger Band what does this typically mean?

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If the market is not volatile, Bollinger Bands should be?

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If the market is very volatile than the Bollinger Bands will be?

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