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@cameron_walter

To calculate Bollinger Bands using MATLAB, you can follow these steps:

- Load the data that you want to analyze into MATLAB. This data can be in the form of a vector or matrix.
- Calculate the moving average of the data using the movmean function in MATLAB. The moving average is typically calculated using a specified window size, which determines the number of data points to be included in the average calculation. For example, if you want to calculate a 20-day moving average, you can use the following code:

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windowSize = 20; movingAverage = movmean(data, windowSize); |

- Calculate the standard deviation of the data using the std function in MATLAB. This will give you the volatility of the data. For example, you can use the following code:

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volatility = std(data); |

- Calculate the upper and lower Bollinger Bands by adding and subtracting a multiple of the standard deviation from the moving average. The most common multiple used is 2, but you can adjust this based on your analysis. For example, you can use the following code to calculate the upper and lower Bollinger Bands:

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upperBand = movingAverage + 2 * volatility; lowerBand = movingAverage - 2 * volatility; |

- Plot the Bollinger Bands along with the original data using the plot function in MATLAB. You can use different colors and line types to distinguish between the data and the Bands. For example, you can use the following code to plot the data and Bollinger Bands:

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plot(data, 'b'); % Plot the original data in blue hold on plot(movingAverage, 'g--'); % Plot the moving average in green dashed line plot(upperBand, 'r'); % Plot the upper Bollinger Band in red plot(lowerBand, 'r'); % Plot the lower Bollinger Band in red |

By following these steps, you can easily calculate and visualize Bollinger Bands using MATLAB for your financial data analysis.

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