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Hello All,

I was wondering if there's anyone in here that likes to use Regression channels and maybe even the standard deviation regression channels specifically for mid term context?

I've noticed that (on Motivewave anyways) if you pick a starting point and then drag all the way past the most recent action, it will repaint/move with the closing of every new bar. But I was thinking it might be better that, once you identify the over all trend, drawing it from the original swing high/low to the most recent applicable SH/SL.

Obviously I plan on experimenting with it on my own, but I was hoping someone might be willing to share a solid starting point they have from experience. Ya know, the whole learn from other to expedite thing.


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Jeff Mayem at TradingResearchGroup uses LRCs (Linear Regression Channels). They have a couple of free videos on YouTube that describes LRC trading (among other topics).

Basically, he loads the following 4 LRCs on a 5 sec chart (2 standard deviation each way):

If 5 sec is too fast for you, these are the numbers to use on 15 sec (2 standard deviation each way):
100 (or 80)

Area to watch: when price gets through the 30 min LRC (300 on 5 sec, 100 in 15 sec) but holds the hour. It is often a sign of reversal, especially if it happens at VWAP deviation band extremes.

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This video also explains the basics and why it is a great tool:

And one more:

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