This implementation of the RS Line mimics how Investor's Business Daily and CANSLIM investors measure growth stock performance versus the S&P 500.
If you are looking at a weekly chart, the RS Line is the performance of the stock over the past week versus the S&P 500 over that same time frame. The same logic applies to the daily and monthly charts,...
Relative Strength Index is a momentum oscillator developed by J. Wilder. The original version of RSI rescaled the relative strength measurement to range. While the rescaling is useful for readability, This non-rescaled version tells the exact average relative strength of the movement for the past period, and give another way to put the relative...
For completeness of Relative Strength studies, the Relative Strength based on rate of changes ( ROC ) with weighting is coded and presented as well.
The RS . ROC is similar to the formulation of RS by IBD before rank among all the stocks in the market.
The lookback period is relaxed for customizing. Once you set the total lookback period, representing the 4Q, in...
This an experiment to visualise the famous RSI indicator within a Histogram.
Opposed to regular RSI this RSI is plotted into a Histogram and uses different scales (100 to -100), in addition it has the ability to smooth the RSI with various moving averages like HMA, JMA and KAMA.
The RSI measures recent performance of a given stock against its own price...
A relative strength indicator that compares your main symbol (one on your chart) strength to another symbol by percentage.
The result is plotted as a histogram showing which symbol is rising or falling more in percentage.
In case your chart symbol is TSLA (Tesla) and the indicator 'Symbol to compare' is SPX:
GREEN area (above zero) means TSLA is rising more than...
This script visualizes the relative movement of a single OHLC candle compared to an index (or another symbol). The vertical location of the candle indicates the general positive/negative comparison of the bar vs the index. The color of the candle indicates how the candle moved relative to the index. The wick indicates the closing range compared to the index...
If you are desperately looking for a novel RSI, this isn't that. This is another lesser known novel species of indicator. Hot off the press, in multiple stunning color schemes, I present my version of "Relative Strength (RSMK)" employing PSv4.0, originally formulated by Markos Katsanos for TASC - March 2020 Traders Tips. This indicator is used to compare...
Use this indicator to compare how security is performing in compare with preferred index (SPX by default).
> 0 outperforming
< 0 underperforming
Works best for weekly, but can be applied to monthly and daily charts. It will be rather useless to use it in smaller timeframes
Apply it to SPX, industry index, sector index or other security in similar sector
This indictor combines adaptive and static relative strengths and displays the strength in a unique colour coding on the bars.
With this the one can view the performance of both the relative strengths in one indicator and overlay-ed on the price chart.
Adaptive Relative Strength - Date is identified based on market scenarios. It will change based on how the...
The Price Relative indicator compares the performance of one security to another with a ratio chart. This indicator is also known as the Relative Strength indicator or Relative Strength Comparative. Often, the Price Relative indicator is used to compare the performance of a stock against a benchmark index, S&P 500, BIST:XU100 etc.
Chartists can also use the...
Trying to find simple strategies with optimal parameters which work well for certain symbols/timeframe.
Found that basic RSI strategy without any position management works pretty good for 1m chart for BTCUSDT.
It might not work very good on it's not but can give you a pretty good base for more complicated indicators.
Also, some position management as simple as...
A relative strength overlay, similar to that of IBD shown on Marketsmith.
The value is not from 0-100, it is compared with the Nasdaq x2 ETF, QLD. Therefore, if greater than zero it will give you a good indication that the stock has a very good relative strength.
Feel free to change the comparison ETF to one of your choosing.