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Bollinger Bands: Use Them To Recognize Short-Term Trade Entry Triggers

13th December 2012
Bollinger bands, you may recall, are the volatility measures below and above a moving average. Regular deviation is utilized to create a base for the volatility measure. As the volatility increases the Bollinger bands will systematically widen. On the oth... Read >
Author: Mark Deaton

Using TradeStation Indicators

13th August 2012
TradeStation is a popular trading software platform that makes it possible for investors to place trades from their own computers in real-time. It is commonly used in the Forex market, in commodities, and in several other areas. Using TradeStation indicat... Read >
Author: Tim Spears

E-Mini Trading: How to Set Your Stops Correctly

31st July 2011
Setting stops that give you, as an e-mini trader, adequate protection against catastrophic loss and profit targets that maximize your return is an important step in your e-mini trading education. Needless to say, there is a wide variety of opinion on meth... Read >
Author: David S Adams

Most Widely Used Metatrader Indicators

25th May 2010
Metatrader provides an efficient way in predicting the future trends of the market by studying the real time market conditions. An indicator is an indexed parameter that determines a trend on the basis of a pre-coded formula. Metatrader consists of as muc... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Mastering Bollinger Bands Can Be Highly Profitable!

25th March 2010
How do you measure the volatility in the market? Price volatility in the market is mostly measured with the standard deviation. Bollinger bands are technical indicators that plot the standard deviation of the price action. Two bands are plotted. One above... Read >
Author: Hass

The Keltner Channel and Bollinger Bands

30th December 2009
Channels and bands of various origins have been used to study market price movement by day traders from many disciplines. They have an uncanny ability to point out the obvious, which is not always as obvious as it might seem, that is to say bands and chan... Read >
Author: David S Adams

What does a Double Top Mean for a Stock?

10th December 2009
So what does a double top or a double bottom mean on a stock chart? It is one of the most fundamental chart patterns that can be interpreted with a great degree of accuracy. A double top or bottom is simply when a stock's price hits the same high or low t... Read >
Author: David Petersen

Bollinger Bands Explained - How to Make Profit from It

17th August 2009
As currency traders, we depend on foreign exchange markets volatility as a method to make pips and profits. We are able to only earn a profit when the currency pair's price changes and moves up and down. If the price does not change, there are no pips or ... Read >
Author: Wayne Barton

Technical Analysis: How to use Technical Indicators - part 2

03rd January 2007
In the previous article I described tree technical indicators: Momentum and Rate of Change (ROC), Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD), and Relative Strength Index (RSI). Don't worry you can find link to complete article in the bottom of this arti... Read >
Author: Mostafa Soleimanzadeh
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