Recently I have received many emails requesting for a Forex Trading Course. So I’ve decided to dedicate this section of my blog called Forex Dummies, which will cover all the basic forex trading concepts and techniques to help those beginners in forex trading. In this post, I will talk about the basics of Bollinger Bands – one of the most popular technical analysis indicators used by forex traders. Here I’ll discuss the components of Bollinger Bands and how to interpret it to improve your online forex trading.
Bollinger Bands was developed by John Bollinger in the 1980s. It is an indicator of the currency pair’s volatility and price trend. As narrow bands suggest low volatility and wide bands suggest high volatility. The upper and lower bands also act as a strong area of resistance and support. It is also a reference of price highness and lowness compare to previous prices. When price touches the upper band, it is generally interpreted as a signal of overbought and when price touches the lower band, its interpreted as a signal of oversold.
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