Channels and bands of various origins have been used to study market price movement by day traders from many disciplines. They have an uncanny ability to point out the obvious, which is not always as obvious as it might seem, that is to say bands and channels can show the volatility and direction of the market and be read at a glance. They are easily read and interpreted.
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Let s start with the methodology of Keltner Channel. The Keltner Channel is similar to most channels or envelopes in that it uses three lines. The center line is a moving average set to a specific time period of your choice, and the default on most charting programs is set to ten, though day traders have adjusted this number to their specific needs in a variety of ways. The outer bands are then calculated by multiplying the center moving average by another number of the day traders choosing, usually 1.5x or 2.0x. This simple math should point out one major difference between the Keltner Channel and Bollinger bands; the line tend to stay equidistant most of the time. This makes sense since the multiplication factor produces a linear relationship to the moving average on both outside lines.

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