Quan Channel - Quan DaoI tried several channels, like the supertrend, ATR, Donchian or Bollingers, but they do not seem to fit my needs.
So I created a new channel to PREDICT the next impulse move of a price.
The current value of the top or bottom of the channel is based on 2 previous candles (not the candle itself), and it takes into account:
- The Direction of the previous candles (red or green) and
- The Width of their bodies
In my channel, the top or bottom lines will cover the price movement most of the time. But in some cases, when the price is on a big move, it will go out of the channel. And this is the time we need to consider a buy/sell (or take some profit) as well (not necessarily 100% of the time, though).
Personally, I like to use another oscillator in combination with this channel to predict whether it will reverse after the breakouts or continue to make another peak. If you are a DCA or long-term investor, I guess it would be safe to buy at the blue signals (out of bottom) and take some profits at the orange signals (out of top).
I also added an alert when the price breaks out of the channel for easier tracking.

# Channelline

Linear Regression Channel 200█ OVERVIEW
This a simplified version of linear regression channel which use length 200 instead of traditional length 100.
█ FEATURES
Color change depends light / dark mode.
█ LIMITATIONS
Limited to source of closing price and max bars back is 1500.
█ SIMILAR
Regression Channel Alternative MTF
Regression Channel Alternative MTF V2

Faytterro Bandswhat is Faytterro Bands?
it is a channel indicator like "Bollinger Bands".
what it does?
creates a channel using standard deviations and means. thus giving users an idea about the expensive and cheap zones. It uses a special weighted moving average different from standard bollinger bands, it also averages not only price but also deviations.
how it does it?
it uses this formulas:
how to use it?
its usage is the same as "bollinger band".
length represents the number of candles to be taken into account, source represents the source of those candles and stdev represents the coefficient of the standard deviation.
you can use it with other indicators:

Colorful Channelwhat is "Colorful Channel"?
it is a overbought - oversold indicator.
what it does?
It fills the area between the upper band of the channel and the price line with green, the area between the lower band of the channel and the price line with red color and applies a transparency to these colors according to the distance of the price from the channel lines. thus allowing users to get an idea of ??the current value of the price.
how it does it?
subtracts the percentage of the price from the lower channel from the transparency ratio of the red color, and the percentage of the price from the upper band from the transparency ratio of the green color. thus, a different transparency value is obtained for each percentile. In addition, the transparency rate can be changed with a multiplier determined by the users.
how to use it?
In the "lenght" section, you select the number of bars that the indicator will base backwards on. For example, if length=100, the indicator determines the upper and lower bands according to the distances from the highest and lowest values ??within 100 bar. so the length part works like donchian channels.
You can change the transparency ratio of the colors in the "transp" section.
1 saat transp
yan trend
4 saat

Three Linear Regression ChannelsPlot three linear regression channels using alexgrover 's Computing The Linear Regression Using The WMA And SMA indicator for the linear regression calculations.
Settings
Length : Number of inputs to be used
Source : Source input of the indicator
Midline Colour : The colour of the midline
Channel One, Two, and Three Multiplicative Factor : Multiplication factor for the RMSE, determine the distance between the upper and lower level
Channel One, Two, and Three Colour : The channel's lines colour
Usage
For usage details, please refer to alexgrover 's Computing The Linear Regression Using The WMA And SMA indicator.

Mehrdad Banakar - Multiple RMA channelsThis indicator demonstrates 6 different steps RMA moving channels. The channels upper and lower lines show the computing RMA of candles high and candles low, respectively. You can fine the best inputs based on your strategies in different stocks and improve your win rate. Please note that, it is better to use it in higher time frames.

Pivot-Based Channels & Bands [Misu]█ This Indicator is based on Pivot detection to show bands and channels.
The pivot price is similar to a resistance or support level. If the pivot level is breached, the price should continue in that direction. Or the price could reverse at or near this level.
█ Usages:
Use channels as a support & resistance zone.
Use bands as a support & resistance zone. It is also very powerfull to use it as a breakout.
Use mid bands & mid channels as a trend direction or trade filter as a more usual moving average.
█ Parameters:
Show Pivot Bands: show bands.
Show Pivot Mid Band: show mid bands.
Show Pivot Channels: show channels.
Show Pivot Mid Channel: show mid channels.
Deviation: deviation used to calculate pivot points.
Depth: depth used to calculate pivot points.

Theil–Sen EstimatorThe Theil-Sen estimator is a nonparametric statistics method for robustly fitting a regression line to sample points (1,2).
As stated in the Wikipedia article (3), the method is " the most popular nonparametric technique for estimating a linear trend " in the applied sciences due to its robustness to outliers and limited assumptions regarding measurement errors.
Relation with other Methods
The Theil-Sen estimator can be significantly more accurate than simple linear regression (least squares) for skewed and heteroskedastic data.
Method Description
The script computes all the slopes between pairs of points and takes the median as the estimate of the regression slope, m . Subsequently, the intercept, b , is determined from the sample points as the median of y(i) − m x(i) values. The regression line in the slope–intercept form, y = m x + b , is then plotted along with the calculated prediction interval (estimated by means of the root-mean-square error).
I have added two options for how to handle pairs of points:
Method == "All" to use the slopes of all pairs of points;
Method == "Random" to use the slopes of randomly generated pairs of points.
The random choice of the pairs of points is based on the Wichmann–Hill is a pseudorandom number generator.
The reason for introducing the "Random" method is that the calculation of the median involves sorting the array of slopes (the size of N*(N-1)/2, where N is the number of sample points). This is a computationally demanding procedure, which runs into the limit on the cycle computation time (200 ms) set in TradingView. Therefore, the "All" method works only with Length < 50.
Also note that the number of lookback points is limited by by the maximum array size allowed in TradingView.
Literature
1. Sen, P. K. (1968) "Estimates of the regression coefficient based on Kendall's tau." JASA, 1379-1389.
2. Theil, H. (1950) "A rank-invariant method of linear and polynomial regression analysis." Reprinted in 1992 in Henri Theil’s contributions to economics and econometrics, Springer, 345-381.
3. en.wikipedia.org