You've got it backwards. Also, not to be rude, but this is the last time I'm going to acknowledge a Bollinger band question. I am quite serious about starting a business, and I will just have to do what it takes to get there. My apologies.
There is no need to apology! U R HELPING US.
In fact, your email made me to go to my notes (rather than followig the easier way of throwing all questions and doubts to you to answer).
I found the naswer to all-star bar. Take a long if all-star is made in the uptrend and visa versa.
Here is a suggession for you to comment. If it is an all-star long trade, or if the price has travelled up and up inside the top resistance band for a while, then it means the up trend is pretty strong and so, wait for two closes inside the band to liquidate the long position and to go short (rather than only one close , which is our normal procedure).
What is your opinion?