Bollinger on Bollinger Bands

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McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 17, 2001 - Business & Economics - 227 pages
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John Bollinger is a giant in today’s trading community. His Bollinger Bands sharpen the sensitivity of fixed indicators, allowing them to more precisely reflect a market’s volatility. By more accurately indicating the existing market environment, they are seen by many as today’s standard—and most reliable—tool for plotting expected price action.

Now, in Bollinger on Bollinger Bands, Bollinger himself explains how to use this extraordinary technique to compare price and indicator action and make sound, sensible, and profitable trading decisions.

Concise, straightforward, and filled with instructive charts and graphs, this remarkable book will be essential reading for all serious traders, regardless of market. Bollinger includes his simple system for implementation, and techniques for combining bands and indicators.

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Contents

In the Beginning
1
The Basics
33
Bollinger Bands on Their Own
75
Copyright

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John Bollinger is president and founder of Bollinger Capital Management, an investment management company that provides technically driven money management services to individuals, corporations, trusts, and retirement plans. Bollinger publishes Capital Growth Letter and provides weekly commentary and analysis on CNBC, and was for years the chief market analyst on Financial News Network. He is both a frequent contributor as well as a featured expert for publications including The Wall Street Journal, Investor's Business Daily, Barron's, Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and USA Today.

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