### Bollinger Bands Fibonacci ratios — Indicator by Shizaru — TradingView

The Fibonacci Bollinger Bands indicator is based on the same principles as the standard Bollinger Bands indicator developed by John Bollinger. The Fibonacci Bollinger Bands indicator bases its upper and lower bands on volatility just like the Bollinger Bands indicator does, but instead of using standard deviation as the measure of volatility, a Wilders Smoothed ATR is used in its place. BOLLINGER BANDS. Bollinger bands is an analytical tool used by traders to identify a market’s volatility and looks at the levels of current prices relative to previous trades. Bollinger Bands® Fibonacci Ratios are based on the same principles as the standard Bollinger Bands®. The base line is a simple moving average. Bands are calculated using Welles Wilders smoothed average true range (ATR). Each band is a fibonacci ratio of the ATR away from the base line. The user may change the input (close), period length and fibonacci ratios.

### Bollinger Bands | Fibonacci Bands

Your support is fundamental for the future, to continue sharing the best free strategies and indicators. Since the strategy's rules for long and short positions are analogous, we'll just introduce the long side here.

For a long position, this strategy first identifies a swing low point 1a swing high point 2and a swing low **fibonacci bollinger bands** 3 between points 1 and 2 [Figurelong setup]. Bollinger Bands are overlaid on the price chart to help locate points 1 and 2. For both the long and the short setups, points 1 and 2 must be outside the bands; point 3 must be inside the bands. Also, point 3 must retrace between With the setup in place, *fibonacci bollinger bands*, our strategy uses points 1, 2, and 3 to calculate an entry price, initial protective stop, **fibonacci bollinger bands** stop, and two price targets [Figure ].

The strategy's setup, *fibonacci bollinger bands*, trigger, orders, and exits are described next. Long and Short Setups a The setup to buy requires a price move from a swing low point 1 to a swing high point 2 and a retracement to a swing low point 3, **fibonacci bollinger bands**. Long and Short Triggers a The trigger for a long position is a resumption of the up move to the following level: subtract point 1 from point 2, divide the difference by 2, and add the result to point 3.

Long and Short Exits a If long two units, exit both at the initial protective stop or exit one unit at target 1 and one unit at either the trailing stop or target 2, whichever is hit first. The initial protective stop is at point 3 minus one point.

Target 1 is calculated as follows: add point 3 to target 2 and divide the total by 2. Target 2 is calculated as follows: add point 2 to point 3 and subtract *fibonacci bollinger bands* 1 from the total. The calculations for the initial protective stop, the trailing stop, target 1, and target 2 are analogous to the calculations for the long side.

Bollinger Bands® Fibonacci Ratios are based on the same principles as the standard Bollinger Bands®. The base line is a simple moving average. Bands are calculated using Welles Wilders smoothed average true range (ATR). Each band is a fibonacci ratio of the ATR away from the base line. The user may change the input (close), period length and fibonacci ratios. The Fibonacci Bollinger Bands indicator is based on the same principles as the standard Bollinger Bands indicator developed by John Bollinger. The Fibonacci Bollinger Bands indicator bases its upper and lower bands on volatility just like the Bollinger Bands indicator does, but instead of using standard deviation as the measure of volatility, a Wilders Smoothed ATR is used in its place. BOLLINGER BANDS. Bollinger bands is an analytical tool used by traders to identify a market’s volatility and looks at the levels of current prices relative to previous trades.