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John Bollinger, CPA, CMT, is president and founder of Bollinger Capital Management, Inc., an investment management company providing technically-driven money management services to individuals, corporations, trusts, and retirement plans. He graduated with a visual arts degree (majoring in cinematography) and started studying the market shortly thereafter. After purchasing his first micro computer in 1977, John became involved in computer-driven market analysis. Today he continues to write some of his own software and also makes use of a number of commercial analysis packages. John is probably best known for his technical study, called Bollinger Bands, which has been widely accepted and integrated into most of the analytical software currently in use. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a Chartered Market Technician (CMT) and is on the board of directors of the Market Technicians Association. John is also a member of the Los Angeles Society of Financial Analysts and was the founding president of Market Analysts of Southern California. His monthly Capital Growth Letter is updated daily via telephone hotline. It provides investment advice for the average investor using a technically driven asset allocation approach.

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Bollinger Bands: Construction & Implementation

Expert: John Bollinger
Type: PDF Workbook MP3 Audio
Running Time: 90 minutes
Workbook Length: 16 pages
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John's workshop focuses on the construction and implementation of Bollinger Bands. You will learn to recognize signals based on Bollinger Bands alone and to use indicators to confirm those signals. John covers concepts such as "The Squeeze'" and the proper identification of M tops and W bottoms to insure that you have all the proper tools necessary to use Bollinger Bands effectively. He pays special attention to volatility, the concept at the heart of Bollinger Bands. John compares and contrasts several different measures of volatility, including the CBOE's Volatility Index. This presentation is of great value to traders of equity, futures, and cash in short to long time frames.

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