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Bollinger Strategy

by Tom Huggens, 2599 days ago
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The Bollinger strategy uses the Bollinger Bands indicator to initiate buy and sell orders. Bollinger Bands is a technical analysis indicator that was invented in the 1980s by John Bollinger. It consists of three lines:
-      Upper Band: Used as a resistance line
-      Lower Band: It is a moving average
-      Middle Band: Uses as a support line

The strategy enters long when the price crosses above the lower Bollinger Band or the middle band.
It generates a sell order (exit) when the price crosses below the upper Bollinger Band or the middle band.

The strategy was backtested using Nasdaq 100 stocks and it has a good Sharpe ratio.

The trading system has no money management rules and stop orders defined. Different parameters, such as the Bollinger Band period, number of stocks in portfolio, can be optimized to further improve the strategy's return.


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