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Trading Strategy Using The Bollinger Band

On-Balance Volume And The Bollinger Band

On-Balance Volume

* The on-balance volume (OBV) indicator is a cumulative total of volume, calculated by adding the volume on days the price is higher than the previous day and substrating the volume on days the price is lower than the previous day.

* The OBV indicator tells you how much money is flowing into or out of an instrument.

* If OBV is falling, it indicate that people are selling the stock, conversely, if OBV is rising, it means that people are buying into the stock.

* Premise – if a stock is going up, meaningfully, good volume is needed (vice versa, same holds true, if a stock is decreasing).

* If the stock price is going up and the OBV is coming down, an indication that the stock is being distributed (i.e. sold) be the smart money.

Bollinger Band

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Technical Indicator: The Bollinger Band

Bollinger Band

* Bollinger Band basically consists of 3 bands – upper, centre and lower.

* Low Volatility = narrow or contracting bollinger band whereas High Volatiity = wide or widening bollinger band.

* Can be use as a gauge to determine volatility of the market.

* Answers the question: how high / low prices are relative to recent historical price actions?

* Centre band = Simple Moving Average sets at 20 days (Typically).

* Upper and lower bands are at 2 stardard deviations away from centre band.

* Basic Premise: Prices should generally fall within 2 std deviation from the centre band.

* Bollinger should be use in conjunction with other indicators.


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