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Chande Indicators

This collection contains a set of TrendSpider-exclusive indicators by Tushar Chande, the inventor of many popular and well-known trading indicators, including the Chande Momentum Oscillator, AROON, Chande Kroll, and the first adaptive exponential moving average (VIDYA).

Screenshot of Chande ARCH (Adaptive Regression Channel) indicator
Chande ARCH (Adaptive Regression Channel) 
Perfect for discretionary traders, this tool automatically draws a 5-line price channel on the chart over a user-specified length. Linear regression is used to find the best-fit line, and volatility is used to draw two more lines on either side to contain price action. You can adjust the location of the lines and shift the […]
Screenshot of Chande BLAST (Buy Low with Adaptive Stop) indicator
Chande BLAST (Buy Low with Adaptive Stop) 
Ideally, you will buy near lows and sell near highs with a robust counter-trend entry matched to a trend-following exit. Use on any instrument and time frame. The trailing stop can also be used by itself. Good stop discipline is essential for this tool, with the primary risk being a string of losing trades when […]
Screenshot of Chande PALS (Parabolic Long Stop) indicator
Chande PALS (Parabolic Long Stop) 
Created by grafting the Wilder’s Parabolic Stop and Reverse onto a price channel, but with only one-way acceleration and with exquisite control over starting levels. You can choose from four preset speeds to create unique accelerating trailing stops that cannot be easily manipulated by other market players and to capture more of your open trade […]
Screenshot of Chande FAMA (Fully Adaptive Moving Average) indicator
Chande FAMA (Fully Adaptive Moving Average) 
This fully adaptive exponential moving average automatically adjusts its length and offset within a user-specified range. For example, it can automatically vary its length from 5 to 30 days, and its offset from 3-6 days. Further, you can create adaptive bands around it, using either volatility or average true range. It is best used to […]