John Bollinger

Practitioners may also use related measures such as the Keltner channels , or the related Stoller average range channels, which base their band widths on different measures of price volatility, such as the difference between daily high and low prices, rather than on standard deviation. Let's see what happens. In the chart of Microsoft Corporation Nasdaq: The stock broke support a week later and MACD moved below its signal line. At that time volatility was thought to be a static quantity, a property of a security, and that if it changed at all, it did so only in a very long-term sense, over the life of a company for example. The inability of the second reaction high to reach the upper band shows waning momentum, which can foreshadow a trend reversal.

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BREAKING DOWN 'Bollinger Band®'

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BOLLINGER BANDS

Bollinger Bands is a technical analysis tool invented by John Bollinger in the s, and a term trademarked by him in Having evolved from the concept of trading bands, Bollinger Bands and the related indicators %b and bandwidth can be used to measure the "highness" or "lowness" of the. John A. Bollinger (born ) is an American author, financial analyst, contributor to the field of technical analysis and the developer of Bollinger Bands. His book Bollinger on Bollinger Bands (), has been translated into eleven languages. Bollinger Bands are a technical analysis tool invented by John Bollinger in the s. Having evolved from the concept of trading bands, Bollinger Bands can be used to measure the highness or lowness of the price relative to previous trades.