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yeah, the online platform will only allow one at a time, the only thing to do is split screen and one on each. MT4 you can have as many as you want, not sure about PRT.

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As in two bols? One say a SD of 2 away and the other of say 3? Don't think you can. Maybe PRT or MT4? @Caseynotes is good with those platforms.

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1 minute ago, Caseynotes said:

 the only thing to do is split screen and one on each.

oooo nice work around. Didn't think of that 'hack'.

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On 15/04/2019 at 13:20, AndrewD62737 said:

Can anyone tell me how to put double Bollinger bands on the online charting platform?

Having the same problem.

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23 hours ago, backwardation said:

@cryptotrader Out of curiosity are you using 13 and 20 periods or are you changing the standard deviation?

change SDev

you can click the numbers in bottom left of chart to do this.

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Guest tehka

Hi,

I fully support this proposal. I need a Bollinger band with 2 std dev and another with 1 stddev on a single chart

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