The Keltner Channel, a classic indicator
of technical analysis developed by Chester Keltner in 1960.
The indicator is a bit like Bollinger Bands and Envelopes.
- This script to change bars colors.
Channels are used a lot on technical-analysis, however most of the them rely on adding/subtracting a volatility indicator to a central tendency indicator, sometimes the central tendency indicator can even be replaced by pure price. A great channel who does not rely on this kind of architecture is the Donchian channels or the quartiles bands. Here i...
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Description / Usage:
Adjust length and multiplier much the same way you would expect with Bollinger Bands.
Multiplier of 1 gives you a base channel consisting of one high, and one low sourced SMA (or EMA)
The outer channels are increments of the base...
Basic high and low channels, allows for two high and two low channels of specified lengths.
Use for channel breakout trades, basic idea is to go long when the longer high channel is broken and close when shorter low channel is broken, vice versa for shorts
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Tom Demark's Time and Money Channel with a Rumpy twist.
Not unlike bollinger bands, just 1-4x sigmas from the basis instead of standard deviations.
Thanks to LazyBear for the original TAM code.
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