hm, i do not see significant differences between the two types of bars (Kase and Range)
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Thanks for the explanation Dan and thanks to your Mom and your firm for daring to "think outside the box". Too few individuals venture there any longer and usually get chastised for it if they do.
I like the looks of the Kase Bars but find having to calculate them each day a bit of a problem. You will always be working on "yesterdays" ATR. Why not just use a bar that is perfectly consistent based on the real time price action of each chart?
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