This indicator combines the McGinley Dynamic and Donchian Channels by taking the lowest and highest values over a set length (defaulted to 14) then applying the McGinley Dynamic math to these values. The upper range is denoted by a green line while the lower range is denoted by a red line. Additionally, standard deviations of 1, 2, and 3 have been put in place using the upper and lower values as the basis for the deviations as opposed to the baseline average of the upper and lower bands. These deviations are plotted as lime and orange colors. These channels can be used to determine when the price is gaining or losing momentum based on the distance between the channels. Otherwise, the channels can be used to determine potential overbought and oversold levels.
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