# Bollinger Bands Indices Trading Strategies

- How Bollinger Bands Works
- Bollinger Bands Market Volatility Analysis
- Bollinger Bands Bulge and Squeeze
- Bollinger Bands Indices Price Action in Trends
- Bollinger Bands Indices Price Action in Range
- Bollinger Bands and Indices Trend Reversals
- Bollinger Bands Indices Trading Strategy Summary

# Bollinger Bands Indices Indicator Strategy

Bollinger Bands stock indices indicator acts as a measure of volatility. Bollinger Bands indices indicator is a indices price overlay indicator.

Bollinger Bands indicator consists of three lines or bands; the middle band (moving average), an upper band a lower band. These three bands will enclose the stock indices price and the stock indices price action will move within these three bollinger bands.

Bollinger Bands stock indices indicator forms upper and lower bands around a moving average. The default moving average for bollinger bands stock indices indicator is the 20-SMA. Bollinger Bands stock indices indicator use the concept of standard deviations to form their upper and lower Bands.

The example of Bollinger Bands stock indices indicator is shown below.

**How To Trade Indices with Bollinger Band Indices Trading Strategy**

Because standard deviation is a measure of stock indices price volatility and volatility of the stock indices trading market is dynamic, the indices trading bollinger bands keep adjusting their width. Higher stock indices price volatility means higher standard deviation and the more the bollinger bands widen. Low stock indices price volatility means the standard deviation is lower and the bollinger bands contract.

Bollinger Bands forex indicator use stock indices price action to give a large amount of stock indices price action movement information. The stock indices price information given by the this bollinger bands stock indices indicator includes:

- Periods of low volatility- consolidation phase of the stock indices trading market.
- Periods of high volatility- extended trends, trending stock indices markets.
- Support and resistance levels of the stock indices price.
- Buy and Sell points of the stock indices price.