Tue 14'th Aug 2018
Explanation to Bollinger's Bands
Bollinger Bands was created by John Bollinger in the early 1980s, which purpose is to provide a relative definition of high and low. This defintion is used to identify buy and sell signals and have proven very well in doing so.
Bollinger Bands consist of a set of three curves drawn in relation to securities prices. The middle band is a measure of the intermediate-term trend, usually a simple moving average, that serves as the base for the upper and lower bands. The interval between the upper and lower bands and the middle band is determined by volatility, typically the standard deviation of the same data that were used for the average. Get-A-Graph uses Bollingers suggested 20 day average.
Middle Bollinger Band = 20-period simple moving average
Upper Bollinger Band = Middle Bollinger Band + 2 * 20-period standard deviation
Lower Bollinger Band = Middle Bollinger Band - 2 * 20-period standard deviation
BandWidth defines the current width of the band.
%b defines the current position within the band.
BandWidth = (Upper Bollinger Band - Lower Bollinger Band) / Middle Bollinger Band
%b = (Last - Lower Bollinger Band) / (Upper Bollinger Band - Lower Bollinger Band)
Bottlenecks in bandwidth indicates a upcoming change. Break up through the moving average line, or continuously movements above the moving average line indicates a break up, and vice versa downwards.
Rockwell Collins Inc Stock Analysis
Technical stock analysis for Tue 14'th Aug 2018
|Shorts||5.72% ( 2018-07-31 )|
|Cash||1 286.0 mill|
|Loans||14 530.0 mill|
Rockwell Collins Inc fell by -0.18% in the last day from $135.76 to $135.51 and has now fallen 6 days in a row. The price has fallen in 8 of the last 10 days and is down by -2.5% for this period. Volume fell in the last day along with the stock, which is actually a good sign as volume should follow the stock. In the last day the trading volume fell by -425 095 shares and in total 754 908 shares bought and sold for approximately $102.30 million.
Given the current horizontal trend you can expect Rockwell Collins Inc with 90% probability to be traded between $133.33 and $138.79 at the end of this period with 90% probability. A break of a horizontal trend is often followed by a large increase in the volume, and stocks seldom manage to go directly from the bottom of a trend up to the roof. Stocks turning up in the middle of a horizontal trend are therefore considered to be potential runners.
There are few to none technical positive signals at the moment. Rockwell Collins Inc holds sales signals from both short- and long-term moving averages. On corrections up there will be some resistance from the lines at $136.68 and $136.60. A break-up above any of these levels will issue buy signals. A sales signal was issued from a pivot top point on Tuesday July 31, 2018, which indicates further falls until a new bottom pivot has been found. Volume fell together with the price during the last trading day and this reduces the overall risk as volume should follow the price movements.
Relative Strength Index (RSI)
RSI14 is 40 and the stock is currently not being overbought or oversold
Support & Resistance
Rockwell Collins Inc finds support from accumulated volume at $134.60.
This stock is usually traded at good volume, and with minor daily changes the risk is considered to be low. During the last day, the stock moved $0.93 (0.69%) between high and low. For the last week, the stock has had a daily average volatility of 0.70%.
Our recommended stoploss: We hold a sell evaluation for this stock. No stop-loss set.
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Rockwell Collins Inc holds several negative signals and is within a narrow and falling trend, so we believe it will still perform weakly in the next couple of days or weeks. We therefore hold a negative evaluation of this stock.Click for Top 5 Sell Candidates
|COL $135.51 $-0.25(-0.18%)|
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