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Double ATR breakout on both sides? Does it exist?

Is there an indicator that does both sides of an ATR breakout? This may be stupid, but I wonder if there is a good indicator that is based off ATR on both sides of price? I know Supertrend only does the one side. I understand BB's and Keltner's and all that, but those are not based off of ATR.

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Is there an indicator that does both sides of an ATR breakout? This may be stupid, but I wonder if there is a good indicator that is based off ATR on both sides of price? I know Supertrend only does the one side. I understand BB's and Keltner's and all that, but those are not based off of ATR.

I have a feeling this is a stupid question and it will be a duh...

"Both sides" - as in High/Low ?

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Is there an indicator that does both sides of an ATR breakout? This may be stupid, but I wonder if there is a good indicator that is based off ATR on both sides of price? I know Supertrend only does the one side. I understand BB's and Keltner's and all that, but those are not based off of ATR.

I have a feeling this is a stupid question and it will be a duh...

You can modify the Keltner Channel to use the ATR instead of the simple range. This will give you an emvelope on both sidesof a moving average based on the average true range.

Just use this indicator from the download section and set RangeType to TrueRange via indicator panel.

https://futures.io/download/ninjatrader-7/indicators/625-download.html?view

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You can modify the Keltner Channel to use the ATR instead of the simple range. This will give you an emvelope on both sidesof a moving average based on the average true range.

Just use this indicator from the download section and set RangeType to TrueRange via indicator panel.

https://futures.io/download/ninjatrader-7/indicators/625-download.html?view

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