Default overbought/oversold levels of RSI does not hold good for instruments which are trending well. It happens often that instruments keep trading in single half of the range for prolonged time without even touching the other half. This also came up often in tradingview pine chat discussions where I participate regularly.
Hence, thought of creating this script...
This is an experimental work to show RSI on the chart. Feel free to use the code and indicator.
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//RSI with overbought and oversold alert features! Highly configurable indicator that includes a Topography map feature, used to detect & easily show threshold crossovers.
//RSI is used to measure the velocity and change of directional price movements. It is very useful to help determine when an asset is reaching an overbought or...
RELATIVE STRENGTH INDEX (RSI)
This is a tool that is widely used
Especially for Overbought and Oversold systems, but I have made some changes in this indicator,
How to use it...!
I have set it as the default setting
- RSI Length: 7
- Overbought: 70
- Oversold: 30
What is unique about this tool?
we can see 3 conditions:
1) RSI Overbought / Oversold with...
This is a custom indicator of mine that uses the volume weighted average price instead of the close price as the source for calculations of the relative strength index. Buy when the indicator line is green and sell when it is red.
This was a custom request so let me know if there are any other scripts you would like to see me do or if you want something custom done!
RSI overbought and oversold histogram
Just indicator combo of oldschool slow stochastic and rsi, just looking a little bit better for someone.
Strategy is simple:
1) RSI is overbought or oversold (above 70, below 30)?
2) Stochastic line crosses its ema?
3) Stochastic and stochastic ema are in overbought = sell, oversold = buy.
Works good in volitile stocks/pairs...
It isn't easy to determine if the price of a stock is about to break out. Here’s one way you can determine the relative strength of a breakout, enabling you to act early and realize higher profits.
This indicator was originally developed by Howard Wang Stocks & Commodities V. 33:09 (60–62)