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Know About RSI Indicator

The RSI is a technical indicator, which is extremely popular among forex trader. It is a momentum indicator that compares the magnitude of recent gains to recent losses. It is used to determine overbought and oversold conditions in the market. The RSI indicator shows a scale of 0 to 100. Above 70 is considered overbought. Below 30 is considered oversold. You can use this indicator in conjunction with the moving average […]

RSI Trendline System — A Simple Trading System

In this video, you will look at the RSI trendline strategy. Look at this USD/JPY weekly chart. This strategy uses the RSI indicator on a weekly chart. As you can see, the trendline is marked. Price initially shows strong buying tendency and then loses momentum. Though the price makes higher high, the RSI makes lower high, indicating divergence. The trend prevails for few months and then the market breaks the trendline. Also, […]

How to Use RSI Indicator to Find Turning Points?

In this video, you will learn about the RSI indicator, and how to use it in your forex trading. The RSI indicator is used to determine the overbought and oversold conditions in the market. It fluctuates in a scale from 0 to 100 level. You can use this indicator to find potential reversals in the market. The RSI divergence is a leading indicator. An example would be when the market makes lower low in a downtrend, but the RSI […]

What Is Relative Strength Index and RSI Indicator

The relative strength index is a momentum indicator. It compares the magnitude of recent gains and losses over a specified time period. This indicator was designed to measure the speed and change of price movement. The most common use is attempting to identify overbought and oversold conditions in markets. This indicator provides a relative evaluation of the strength of the price performance. By definition, being a momentum indicator, it is supposed to help identify when the security is […]

Oscillators — Stochastic, MACD, RSI, Parabolic Indicators

As there are many different chart indicators, we will take a look at four of the most commonly used ones, MACD, RSI, Stochastics, and Parabolic SAR, these are also known as oscillators. MACD Indicator: MACD stands for Moving Average Convergence Divergence. It is used to indicate a potential bullish or bearish reversal. The indicator consists of two lines representing a fast and slow average along with a momentum histogram represented by bars […]

RSI Explained

The RSI indicator which stands for Relative Strength Index, is one of the most popular and important momentum indicators as it measures directional price movements. The main value of this oscillator inndicator is to determine when an asset reached an overbought or an oversold level. Developed by Welles Wilder, it measures the internal strength of a stock and compares the magnitude of a stock's recent gains to the magnitude of its recent losses. and then turns that information into a number […]

Learn Forex Trading — Relative Strength Index

Relative Strength Index is a momentum indicator which measures overbought and oversold conditions in the market. The indicator ranges between 0 and 100 with values below 30 traditionally showing oversold and values above 70 showinng overbought conditions in the market. The indicator also shows the current direction of the trend with values above 50 indicating an uptrend and values below 50 indicating downtrend. There are two main ways to use the RSI. […]

RSI — Best Trading Indicator For Beginning and Advanced Forex Traders

RSI is the best trading Indicator for beginning and advanced Forex traders. RSI, the Relative Strength Index is an indicator that you can use always regardless of your skill level. It can be used as a standalone trading system without need for any other method. Simplicity is important if you are new to trading Forex. The RSI indicator can help you understand what is happening on your […]

Indicators — Relative Strength Index

The Relative strength is an oscillator that compares recent gains to recent losses inorder to determine overbought or oversold areas. The RSI plots a single line based on the Source and periods parameters. The Source parameter indicates open, close, high or low values taken from each time period for the RSI calculation. Period sets a number of past time periods of the chart that will be used to calculate each point on the RSI. The RSI swings […]