John Bollinger – Practical Introduction to Bollinger Bands 2013

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John Bollinger - Practical Introduction to Bollinger Bands 2013

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What is Trading?

Everybody is familiar with the term “trading”. Most of us have traded in our everyday life, although we may not even know that we have done so. Essentially, everything you buy in a store is trading money for the goods you want.

At tradimo you will learn how to trade the financial markets online – but exactly what is online trading? This article will give you an understanding of how trading can be defined and how online trading works.

In this 2+ hour presentation taped live in Los Angeles John Bollinger teaches the basics of Bollinger Bands and provides the background and calculations for his indicator.

This session provides the fundamentals you need to know regarding the construction and use of Bollinger Bands.  John further explains how Bollinger Bands can be used with other indicators for confirmation. So you will have confidence in using the bands to make trading decisions.

The session starts with the how to set up your charts for successful trading and builds from there.

In addition to Bollinger Bands and Bollinger Envelopes, the basics of the following are covered

John retools a long respected Dow Jones Industrials trading system updating it with Bollinger Bands and presents some basic Bollinger Band approaches so you have examples of how to create a trading system based on Bollinger Band tools.

John Bollinger developed Bollinger Bands in the 1980s in an effort to create fully-adaptive trading bands. Thirty years later, thousands of traders have come to view Bollinger Bands as a most reliable tool for assessing expected price action. Bollinger Bands can be applied in all the financial markets including equities, forex. Learn how to use Bollinger Bands from the only man truly qualified to claim comprehensive knowledge of the topic — John Bollinger himself.