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Bollinger Bands of the MACD Indicator, Part 3 – Video
This marks the third and final part of our series on trading indicators of indicators, focusing on the Bollinger Bands and MACD. While various combinations are possible, we’ll stick to this combination for consistency in this series. Now, let’s delve into the practical side of trading with these indicators.
Getting into the Details – Bollinger Bands MACD Indicator
The primary trade involves looking for a Bollinger Band expansion after a squeeze. We want both the upper and lower Bollinger Bands to move away from each other, indicating increased volatility. To explain the setup, I’ve kept the 12 and 26 moving averages visible. The MACD line, representing the difference between these moving averages, is crucial for our trade decisions.
A Bollinger Band squeeze occurs when the bands are very close together, indicating low volatility. Upon expansion, we want to see the upper Bollinger Band angling up and the lower Bollinger Band angling down. This signifies an increase in volatility, specifically of the MACD indicator.
Bollinger Band MACD
Now, let’s address the trading aspect. The basic trade involves waiting for the MACD line to touch or go above the upper Bollinger Band during the expansion. It’s essential to enter early, catching the breakout from the squeeze. This early entry is a key factor distinguishing professional traders from amateurs.
However, there are exceptions and nuances to consider. For instance, when the MACD line is above zero and going down, it could indicate downward momentum or a reversion to zero. It’s not a high-probability trade. The most favorable scenarios are when the MACD line is above zero and going up. I emphasize that these setups are not foolproof, and it’s crucial to learn when to stay out of the market to protect your gains.
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