Keltner Channel with Fibonacci Zones which uses properties of a Donchian Channel.
This script is a variation of the Fibonacci Zone script and the Donchian Fibonacci Trading Tool which I published earlier. A Keltner Channel gives more useful information to the trader than a Donchian Channel, because it provides a depiction of “normal range” and shows “outside...
This is a brand new version of my Peak Reversal indicator. As with the older version, the idea behind this indicator is simple: identify potential price reversal areas, and identifying markets which are trending. In this new version I focused on improving on the old concept, but introduced a bunch of features heavily inspired by Adam Grimes' ideas from The Art and...
This was the result of quite some time spent examining how much information could be gleamed by studying the interactions between Keltner Channels, STARC Bands and Bollinger Bands. I was surprised by the results.
First of all, there are four fills that are black. Set the transparency of those to 0 and you'll see this indicator the way that it's meant to be seen....
This is Screener script for Mean Reversion Channel Indicator
█ Description & How To Use
The screener works by scanning through up to 40 symbols and list down symbols that are currently within Overbought/Oversold Zone as defined by Mean Reversion Channel indicator.
The Overbought/Oversold Zone are further categorized and sorted by:
Elliott Wave Principle , developed by Ralph Nelson Elliott, proposes that the seemingly chaotic behaviour of the different financial markets isn’t actually chaotic. In fact the markets moves in predictable, repetitive cycles or waves and can be measured and forecast using Fibonacci numbers. These waves are a result of influence on investors from outside sources...
This is the defaut keltners channel strategy with a few additions.
The main purpose is to show how we include the Kelly ratio into our scripts for dynamic position sizing based on the performance of the strategy on a per trade basis.
We've also included the usual take-profit and stop-loss parameters in the event you want to play a little :)
We hope this helps...
Mean Reversion Channel objective, based on Mean Reversion theory ( everything has a tendency to revert back to its mean), is to help visualizing:
Inner Channel -> Dynamic Support and Resistance
Outer Channel -> Overbought/Oversold Zone which may signal consolidation phase or potential reversal due to unsustainable move
Details on some of...
This is the famous Squeeze Momentum Indicator made by @LazyBear in v4 version if someone wants to test some strategies, as the original code was in v2 version the code converter couldn't convert to v4.
So this was something I planned on doing in the future, I knew it would take some time to put together but here it is, the Squeeze Pro 2 Overlays.
On my original Squeeze Pro, I had made several overlay indicators to go along with it, this time my goal was to combine all that stuff into a single indicator and allow the user to turn on and off the specific features...
This is an indicator that draws support and resistance zones / levels based on price action in and around Keltner Channels.
There are 3 different modes;
Draw zones based on price breaking the upper band
Draw zones based on price breaking the lower band
Draw zones if price stays within the bands for a prolonged period of time.
You can also decide if...
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Simple strategy. You only consider taking a squeeze play when both the upper and lower Bollinger Bands go inside the Keltner Channel. When the Bollinger Bands (BOTH lines) start to come out of the Keltner Channel, the squeeze has been released and a move is about to take place.
This is my version of the updated classic indicator created by John Carter. I plan on adding a Squeeze Overlay script in the future that will pair with this one as well for additional signals.
So to break down the Squeeze, what it is, how it works, etc - you have to look at the components that make it up.
1. Bollinger Bands
2. Keltner Channels
Volatility represents how large an asset's prices swing around the mean price, the degree of variation of a trading price over time, and is commonly measured with beta (β) coefficients, standard deviations (σ) of returns where tools such as Average True Range, Bollinger Bands, Keltner Channel, Squeeze Indicator, etc presents volatility concept
Strategy using the Bollinger band with the Keltner Channels . Watch for the Bollinger bands (blue/red lines) squeezing inside the Keltner Channels (pink dots) for a breakout - this could be up or down so use in conjunction with other indicators.
The blue band is the 2 standard deviation from price, the red is 3 standard deviations. With these, typically if the...
Plots one of several types of moving average types
Supports ATR/Kelter Channels
Supports Bollinger Bands
Velocity squeezes shown on the moving average to identify possible turning points
Supports ATR based stop for MA Trend Reversals
MA Trend reversal alert conditions
See related Moving Average Ribbon script.
Change Channel is like KC unless it uses percentage changes in price to set channel distance. Midline is zero-lag smoothed ROC with dynamic period based on MA Streak indicator, if MA Streak shows an ongoing trend, midline going strong and break out the channel.
Consider using ▲ green areas as a signal to buy and ▼ red areas as a sell signal. It works best...