Advanced GET Studies - GET Keltner

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Advanced GET Studies - GET Keltner
The GET Keltner study is a moving average-based indicator with bands above and below a moving average. The bands are based on volatility-based are calculated using range or Average True Range (ATR).
Please note that you must purchase Advanced GET to access this study.
How do I apply the GET Keltner study?
To apply this study to a chart, left-click on the GET icon and select GET Keltner from the drop-down menu:

alternatively, you can also right-click on the chart, when the menu appears, left-click on insert study, left-click on the advanced get tab and then select get keltner.

the get keltner study will then appear on the chart.

To edit the GET Keltner study parameters, either right-click on the chart and select Edit Chart or right-click on any of the lines of the study and select Edit.
Length: Determines the length of the moving average.
Exponential: When checked, the moving average will be exponential. When unchecked, it will be a simple moving average.
Multiplier: Determines the multiplier of the range or ATR.
Bands Line Source: Select to use the range or Average True Range to calculate the band lines.
Bars Offset: Select how many bars to offset the study by.
Center Line Source: Select the source of calculation of the center line.  Choices include the open, high, low, close, (H+L)2, (H+L+C)/3, or (O+H+L+C)/4.
Select the Alerts tab to set an alert for when price crosses the Upper, Center, or Lower lines.

Alert Area:
Select the minimum of number ticks that price has to be within the range of a study line or set it "0" if the price must cross the study line to trigger an alert.

Auto Reactivate: When checked, the alert will reactivate so it can be triggered again.
Once per Bar:
When checked, the alert will not trigger again until the price bar forms.
Alert Action: When an alert is triggered you can choose the method for how you wish to be alerted.   Settings include a pop up alert, an audio alert (custom wav file can be set), and if configured, an e-mail alert message.