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Hi,

One of my strategies implies to use the two Bollinger Bands indicator but with different setups on the same chart. How can I do that?

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6 minutes ago, Rzz said:

Hi,

One of my strategies implies to use the two Bollinger Bands indicator but with different setups on the same chart. How can I do that?

Thank you!

Hi @Rzz,  I don't think you can on the web based platform and so would need to have 2 side by side charts with a BB on each. 

You can add as many BBs to a single chart as you want on the MT4 platform. Am not sure about the PRT platform.

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5 hours ago, Rzz said:

Hi,

One of my strategies implies to use the two Bollinger Bands indicator but with different setups on the same chart. How can I do that?

Thank you!

There is a way to do that should you wish to do that in the web trading platform. You split the chart in 4 and then add the same indicator with different setup. Not exactly what you wanted but that's a workaround to have what you wanted.

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PRT allows as many as you want    here's two BBs on one chart for example

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Ah PRT, yes well that's quite good 😉  .

But how about a BB Analyzer (orange) with a Better BB (green) together with a Better BB histo? all with sound, message, email and push to phone alerts. 

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