John Bollinger is president of Bollinger Capital Management, a firm that provides money management and proprietary technical analysis research. Mr. Bollinger is the creator of Bollinger Bands which are utilized worldwide for analyzing the financial markets. His book, Bollinger on Bollinger Bands has been translated into 12 languages. Mr. Bollinger's website www.bollingerbands.com is the hub for everything related to Bollinger Bands.
You know John Bollinger as the inventor of Bollinger Bands, but in the last few months he has done a tremendous amount of work on how traders can monitor volume in the market at certain price levels.
"Rational analysis," or the blending of technical and fundamental techniques, can provide a unique edge in the markets, says John Bollinger, discussing how he has combined the two.
Modern applications of proven technical indicators can help traders to better combat market volatility, says John Bollinger, who profiles some of his own new technical tools.
After accurately predicting the market’s recent top, John Bollinger explains the important technical factors that will help traders spot a real, sustainable bottom…when it forms.
John Bollinger and Mike Moody, long time market professionals, will discuss the use of technical analysis, relative strength, and Bollinger Bands. The emphasis of this chat will be on practical ideas that you can use to improve your trading.
John Bollinger, the developer of Bollinger Bands, will discuss indexing for active investors. He will start with the basics of indexing and discuss how using technical analysis traders can add value in an indexing environment.
Technical trading legend John Bollinger describes how his Bollinger Bands work
Bollinger on Bollinger Bands
John Bollinger is a giant in today’s trading community. His Bollinger Bands sharpen the sensitivity of fixed indicators, allowing them to more precisely reflect a market’s volatility. By more accurately indicating the existing market environment, they are seen by many as today’s standard—and most reliable—tool for plotting expected price action.