This indicator adds a level of adaptivity to the simple Donchian Channel by adjusting the sensitivity (lookback periods) of the channel's upper and lower bounds based on the amount of time that has elapsed since the price has hit/expanded the channel boundaries. Comparing the results of this indicator to the standard Donchian Channel, the readier level of...
Bands are quite efficient in technical analysis, they can provide support and resistance levels, provide breakouts points, trailing stop loss/take profits positions and can show the current market volatility to the user. Most of the time bands are made from a central tendency estimator like a moving average plus/minus a volatility indicator....
Channels indicators are widely used in technical analysis, they provide lot of information. In general, technical indicators giving upper/lower extremities are calculated by adding/subtracting a volatility component to a central tendency estimator. This is the case with Bollinger bands, using the rolling standard deviation as volatility estimator...
A Double Exponential Moving Average (DEMA) with three sets of channel lines each one Average True Range (ATR) apart, above and below the DEMA.
Similar to my "ATR Channels" indicator, but using a DEMA instead of an EMA for the base. In addition, this indicator also plots a fast DEMA as well as a fill between the two. Fully customizable, you can toggle both DEMAs,...
Shout out to nPE- for the idea.
Bands made with stdev from 10 day OHLC.
Keeps resolution to daily, so you can use bands as daily pivots for day trading.
Upper band 1=yesterday close + 0.5 std(ohlc,10)
Upper band 1=yesterday close + 1 std(ohlc,10)
Lower band 1=yesterday close - 0.5 std(ohlc,10)
Lower band 2=yesterday close - 1 std(ohlc,1
**DESIGNED FOR NQ/MNQ** This script provides an easy visualization of potential reversion zones to take trades back to the intraday midline. A common use would be to enter a position once price reached the outer yellow zones and retreats to either the red zone (for a short toward the midline) or a green zone (for a long back to the midline).
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.