Keltner Channels

This technical indicator was outlined by Chester W. Keltner in his book How To Make Money in Commodities (1960). Keltner Channels are a volatility based band indicator that indicate overbought and oversold levels. See also: Kelter Channels Indicator

Keltner Channels

Originally developed by Chester Keltner and later modified by Linda Raschke, Keltner Channels, also known as Keltner Bands are a volatility-based technical indicator. The Channels are composed of two bands plotted around an Exponential Moving Average of the data for a given period and are they are calculated by adding or subtracting twice the average … Read more

Projection Bands

Projection Bands are made up of two bands outlining minimum and maximum projected boundaries. The Bands are derived using the minimum and maximum prices over a given time period and projecting these forward, parallel to a linear regression line. The Bands are interpreted to signal directional price reversal when when prices reaches their boundary. This … Read more