Keltner Channel 2.0
The PZ Keltner Channel is a technical indicator that is designed to help traders identify trends and potential reversals in the market. It is based on the original concept of the Keltner Channel, which was developed by Chester Keltner in the 1960s.
The PZ Keltner Channel indicator plots three bands above and below a moving average, using customizable average true range (ATR) multipliers. The upper and lower bands are typically set a certain number of standard deviations above and below the moving average, which can be adjusted by the user. This allows traders to tailor the indicator to their specific trading style and market conditions.
To use the PZ Keltner Channel in trading, traders can set the indicator on their chart and observe the position of the bands relative to the price action. When the price is trading near the upper band, it may be an indication of an overbought market, while a price near the lower band may indicate an oversold market. Traders can also look for crossovers of the price through the bands as potential trading signals.
The PZ Keltner Channel indicator includes a number of alerts, including sound, visual, push, and email alerts, which can help traders stay informed about changes in the market in real-time. These alerts can be configured to trigger when the price crosses through the bands or reaches a certain level relative to the bands.
Overall, the PZ Keltner Channel is a useful technical indicator for traders looking to identify trends, potential reversals, and key support and resistance levels in the market. Its customizable ATR multipliers and non-repainting feature make it a flexible and reliable tool for traders of all skill levels.
- Timeframe to calculate the keltner channel from
- EMA Period
- Moving average period to build up the channel
- ATR Period
- ATR Period to calculate the bands
- Multiplier 1
- Multiplier for the first band
- Multiplier 2
- Multiplier for the second band
- Multiplier 3
- Multiplier for the third band
- Does the indicator repaint?
- No, it does not!
- Can I see data from other timeframes?
- Yes, you can! Load the indicator and select a higher timeframe from the input parameters. You can, for example, see the H1 bands inside a M15 chart.