The adaptiveness of the 'ARL' is further affected by volatility and helps greatly in spotting the possible strength and direction of rebounds.
All this information is presented with minimal lag thanks to the rebound qualities of the 'ARL' adapting to market volatility.
----- HOW TO USE IT -----
1) Use with 1h time frame.
2) Smaller width typically means that price will be moving is smaller movements.
3) Small price movements while the width is increasing typically means that a large price move will occur soon.
4) Larger width typically means that price will be moving in larger movements.
5) Very large width with sideways price typically means that the price will have a bias towards the center.
Note: A V-Offset of 1 is also a good setting alternative for this indicator.
----- HOW THIS INDICATOR IS ORIGINAL; WHAT IT DOES AND HOW IT DOES IT -----
This indicator has an original, unique ability in anticipating the strength and direction of a price rebound while at the same time showing the bias of the rebound with minimal lag.
It does this by letting the adaptive qualities of the 'ARL' be affected by market volatility, not just by price movement alone.
----- VERSION -----
This indicator is not a variation, replacement, or presentation of the 'ARL' or the 'ARL' Bands -- it merely derives its base calculations for standard deviations from the 'ARL'.
However, this indicator affects the calculations of the standard 'ARL' with volatility and creates a new, unique calculation.
It thus presents a totally different context for price action.
A standard 'ARL' helps in finding possible rebounds but it does not help in finding the strength of them or the directional bias of a rebound.
This is because a standard 'ARL' is more negligent of market volatility and adapts to price movement alone.
In contrast, this indicator does help in anticipating the strength and direction of the rebound because it adapts deviations from an 'ARL' to market volatility.
Therefore, the lines cannot be adjusted individually but in pairs and only further from their respective, mirroring lines.