20 April 2016

How I Use The Linear Regression Channel [LRC] Indicator In My Simple Trading

"We have an unknown distance yet to run, an unknown river to explore. What falls there are, we know not; what rocks beset the channel, we know not; what walls ride over the river, we know not. Ah, well! we may conjecture many things."
 John Wesley Powell

In this video I walk through how I use the Linear Regression Channel Indicator in one of my own day trading setups. The Linear Regression Channel is a three-line technical indicator, which outlines the high, the low, and the middle of a trend or price move being analyzed. 

The indicator was developed by Gilbert Raff, and is often referred to as the Raff Regression Channel. The Linear Regression indicator is typically used to analyze the upper and lower limits of an existing trend. It helps traders to find optimal entry and exit points during price tendencies on the chart. 

Structure of the Linear Regression Channel Indicator -- The Linear Regression Channel indicator consists of three parallel lines – the upper line, lower line and the median line. 

Upper Linear Regression Line -- The upper Linear Regression Channel line marks the tops of a trend. It is built by going through the most projecting top on the chart. The lower and median line will be parallel to this upper line. 

Lower Linear Regression Line -- The lower Linear Regression Channel line marks the bottoms of a trend. It is built by going through the most projecting bottom on the chart. The upper and median line will be parallel to this lower line. 

Median Linear Regression Line -- The median line is the base of the Linear Regression Channel indicator. It draws the midpoint of the trend. The upper and lower lines are evenly distanced from this middle line.


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