BB (Bollinger Bands)
|bb||bb[x,y,z,n] OPERATOR (INDICATOR or NUMBER) , where x is a positive integer >= 2 representing the x-day sma period, y is a positive integer from 2 to 10 representing the distance from the sma, z is either 'u' or 'l' representing 'upper' and 'lower' Bollinger Bands and n is optional and represents the number of days ago the result is computed (n=0 is the default value and represents the current end of day, n=1 is the previous end of day, etc.)||Returns the x,y,z Bollinger Band value from n days ago.||(close > bb[20,2,u])|
|Bollinger Bands are lines that are drawn equidistant from a simple moving average. They attempt to define relative high and low stock prices by considering the variation of the stock price through the use of a standard deviation multiplier. Bollinger Bands were introduced by John Bollinger in the early 1980's and are widely used in stock charting packages.|
The following chart of Intel (INTC) highlights days where the closing price surpasses the 20,2 upper Bollinger Band.
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(((bb[20,2,u] - bb[20,2,l]) / sma) < 0.1)
Indicator ID: 060827190849
(((bb[20,2,u] - bb[20,2,l]) / sma) < 0.05)
Indicator ID: 060827193016
(((bb[20,2,u] - bb[20,2,l]) / sma) < 0.07)
Indicator ID: 060827194642
(((bb[20,2,u] - bb[20,2,l]) / sma) < 0.06)
Indicator ID: 060827195233
(((bb[20,2,u] - bb[20,2,l]) / sma) < 0.08)
Indicator ID: 060827195523