Keltner Bands Stock Indices Technical Analysis and Keltner Bands Stock Indices Signals
Developed by Chester Keltner. Described in his book "How to Make Money in Commodities"
Keltner Bands are based on ATR technical indicator, the bands use ATR values to draw the bands lines.
These Bands form Channels that help to identify the Stock Indices Trading market trends using this simple volatility channel.
Keltner Channels are similar to Bollinger Bands except for the fact that Bollinger Bands use standard deviation method to determine volatility and to draw the bands.
For the keltner bands instead of using the standard deviation the average true range (ATR) measure of volatility is used.
This indicator is an n number of periods exponential moving average of the closing stock index price. These bands are created by
adding (for the upper line) and
subtracting (for the lower line)
an (n-period simple moving average of an n-period ATR) * an ATR multiplier.
Stock Indices Technical Analysis and Generating Stock Indices Signals
This indicator can be traded in much the same way as the Bollinger Bands.
When stock index price moves outside the bands then a continuation of the current stock indices trend is implied. A buy stock indices signal is when the channels are moving upwards and sell stock indices signal is when the channels are moving downwards
Continuation Buy Sell Stock Indices Signals
Reversal Stock Indices Signals - Double Tops and Double Bottoms
Tops and Bottoms made outside the bands followed by tops and bottoms made inside the Keltner channels indicate signal for reversals in the stock index trend.
Reversal Stock Indices Signals
Ranging Stock Indices Markets
In ranging markets a move that originates from one Keltner channel tends to go all the way to the other channel.