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Bollinger on Bollinger Bands
By: Bollinger, John; G., Bollinger, John

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Item #: 12361
Pages: 288
Publisher: McGraw Hill
ISBN: 0071373683
Type: Book - Hard Cover
Publish Date : 7/1/2001
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Synopsis:
Insiders and experienced traders have long used Bollinger Bands to accurately predict price action. Now -- for the first time ever -- learn to use and apply this extraordinary technique directly from the man who created it. Explained in clear, step-by-step terms discover how to compare price and indicator action and make sound, sensible -- and profitable -- trading decisions. Concise, straightforward and filled with instructive charts and visual aides, this remarkable works is essential reading for all serious traders, regardless of the market condition. Bollinger includes his simple system for implementation - and personal techniques for combining bands and indicators.

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Jacket Description:
"The purpose of this book is to help you avoid many of the common traps investors get caught in, including the buy-low, sell-high trap, where the investor buys only to watch the stock continue downward or sells only to watch the stock continue upward."
-From the Introduction
In the 1970s, market newcomer John Bollinger couldn't find a system of investment analysis to fit his belief that all market events exist only in relation to one another and that there are no absolutes. So he created his own.
That approach-Rational Analysis-led to the establishment of Bollinger Bands and ensured Bollinger's spot in investment analysis history. Now, in Bollinger on Bollinger Bands, John Bollinger explains the market conditions that led to his initial discovery, and gives readers the inside story of the development and refinement of Bollinger Bands. He then goes on to present a relative decision framework built around Rational Analysis and Bollinger Bands-an extraordinarily powerful combination of technical and fundamental analysis that answers the question of whether prices are too high or too low for virtually any security or market environment.
By understanding how to incorporate Bollinger's techniques into their own investment strategy, investors will greatly increase their ability to ignore often-costly emotions and arrive at rational decisions supported by both the facts and the underlying market environment. Bollinger on Bollinger Bands provides:
- The first authoritative examination of this revolutionary technical analysis tool
- Three simple systems for implementing Bollinger Bands
- Innovative methods for clarifying patterns and analyzing time frames and moving averages

The key to effective investment analysis is to as much as possible-eliminate emotion and approach each trade on its technical and fundamental merits alone. Since their introduction, few analytical techniques have helped investors do this better or more consistently than Bollinger Bands. Bollinger on Bollinger Bands provides tips, guidelines, and rules for incorporating the bands into virtually any investment strategy. It is a watershed book, written by the only man truly qualified to claim a comprehensive knowledge of the topic-John Bollinger himself.



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Table of Contents:
List of Illustrations vii
List of Tables xi
Foreword xiii Preface xix
Acknowledgments xxiii
PART I
IN THE BEGINNING 1
1 Introduction 3
2 The Raw Materials 9
3 Time Frames 19
4 Continuous Advice 26
5 Be Your Own Master 30
PART II
THE BASICS 33
6 History 35
7 Construction 50
8 Bollinger Band Indicators 60
9 Statistics 68
PART III
BOLLINGER BANDS ON THEIR OWN 75
10 Pattern Recognition 77
11 Five-Point Patterns 84
12 W-Type Bottoms 96
13 M-Type Tops 105
14 Walking the Bands 112
15 The Squeeze 119
16 Method I: Volatility Breakout 125
PART IV
BOLLINGER BANDS WITH INDICATORS 133
17 Bollinger Bands and Indicators 135
18 Volume Indicators 146
19 Method II: Trend -Following 155
20 Method III: Reversals 160
PART V
ADVANCED TOPICS 167
21 Normalizing Indicators 169
22 Day Trading 176
PART VI
SUMMING UP 181
Basic Rules 183
Wrapping It Up 185
Endnotes 187
Glossary 198
Bibliography 218
Index 221


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