Channel Indicators

Channel indicators incorporate volatility to capture price action. The Bollinger Bands is widely used, however, there are other options to capture swing action opportunities. Each study you will find here is unique, and reveals different types of price action.

The Donchian Channel indicator pursues a trend-following approach and was originally developed by Richard Donchian. With [...]
The concept of Fibonacci Bands were described by Suri Dudella in his book “Trade Chart Patterns Like the Pros” Section 8 [...]
The MACD BB Lines indicator is built from a standard MACD indicator with Bollinger Bands added to the signal line. The M [...]
The MACD KC Lines indicator is built from a standard MACD indicator with Keltner Channels added to the signal line. The [...]
The Multiple Bollinger Bands indicator is similar to the Multiple Deviation Bands. Both indicators offers a selection of [...]
The Multiple Deviation Bands are a generalized version of the Bollinger Bands. While the Bollinger Bands are built from [...]
The Multiple Keltner Channels indicator is a generalized version of the Keltner Channels, replacing the SMA with any of [...]
Projection Bands were developed by Mel Widner, Ph.D and were introduced in an Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodi [...]
The Raff Channel was developed Gilbert Raff and is calculated using the close prices in the lookback period. The symmetr [...]
NinjaTrader 8 comes with a standard version of the Regression Channel. The library version includes the option of calcul [...]
Unlike the standard Regression Channel which is based on data from a fixed lookback period, the Regression Channel Daily [...]
The Residual Deviation Bands are comparable to Bollinger Bands and our Multi Deviation Bands. However, the deviation is [...]
The Squeeze setup occurs in situations of low volatility. Two versions of the Squeeze are frequently discussed, namely t [...]