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Bollinger Band in the Market Analyzer?

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Kristianstad, Sweden
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Trading: OMXS30, FDAX, Emini ES
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Hi guys!

My first post!

In the NT Market Analyzer, is it possible to have a column indicating if the price is above/below the outer Bollinger Bands?

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