RSI is a momentum indicator, however most people seem to be using it to go against the momentum by trying to identify tops/bottoms using it. Its in my opinion the wrong way to be using it. It can be easily used for trend following which seems like a better use for it.
Uptrend - RSI > 60
Downtrend - RSI < 40
Sideways - RSI between 40 and 60
If however not...
Here I have an improved version of the RSI that is similar to my "+ %B" indicator (that, an improved version of the %B).
This version of the RSI includes candle coloring for bullish or bearish bias (is the RSI above or below its median line?), as well as candle coloring for overbought and oversold areas. Additionally, there is an option for coloring...
This indicator is a copy of my RSI Overbought/Oversold Divergence Indicator with-Alerts
Only difference is that the alerts are disabled, instead it uses tradingviews strategy tester signals
If you want alerts just use the other indicator
The Dynamic RSI indicator is a kind of exponential RSI. The overbought and oversold levels (respectively HiLine and LoLine) are calculated according to the recent highest and lowest values of the Dynamic RSI line.
This is an implementation of the Stochastic Momentum Index from William Blau's his article in Stocks & Commodities .
This also allows the use of various different kinds of moving averages for the signal line. Options for this argument are:
sma (simple moving average)
ema (exponential moving average)
wma (weighted moving average)
RSI with Self-Adjusting Linear Regression Bands (Expo) makes use of RSI and Linear Regression to create an RSI that follows the current trend. The indicator has an upper and lower self-adjusting Linear Regression Band that act as RSI boundaries.
HOW TO USE
The indicator can be used in multiple ways, for instance, to find overbought and oversold areas. Or to...
B3 Directional Trend Index ~ All about the trend! William Blau is the designer of this gem, and IMHO it is the best trend finder of all the lagging indicators out there I have tested. It is important to pay attention to the slope and thickness of the line, and its relationship to zero. A reversion to the zero may look momentous, but in fact it could reverse...
There are many indicators of overbought/oversold conditions out there. Some of more common ones are:
- Bollinger Bands %B
- Money Flow Index (MFI)
- Relative Strength Index (RSI)
This script uses a combination of these 4 oscillators to confirm overbought/oversold and filter the signals of market reverse which could be used for trading binary...
Prices high above the moving average (MA) or low below it are likely to be remedied in the future by a reverse price movement as stated in an Article by Denis Alajbeg, Zoran Bubas and Dina Vasic published in International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management
Here comes a study to indicate the idea of this article, Price Distance to its Moving Averages...
This is the Matrix oscillator made by glaz. So credit goes to him.
I made some minor modifications to it:
1. added a zeroline
2. added 3 options to color bars/candles depending on:
- if the oscillator is above/below 0
- if it's oversold/bought*
- if the matrix has a green bar or a red
That's all :)
I took a concept similar to the "Adaptive RSI" to get the RSI overlaid on a price chart. The problem I have with the Adaptive RSI is to me it sticks too closely to price. I wanted something much more visually helpful that can provide actual tradable signals and strategies.
The orange line you are seeing is the "RSI Trend Line"
The further the RSI moves away...
Laguerre RSI (Self Adjusting Alpha with Fractals Energy) indicator script. I adopted idea from www.prorealcode.com and
If you disable `Apply Fractals Energy` option, you will get the original Laguerre RSI.
This study project is an updated version of the implementation of the "Stochastic False BAR" indicator.
The standard Stochastic buy/sell indications come from Stochastic crosses about the standard overbought/oversold zones (80/20). This does not always work and you get stuck in the OB/OS zones with a trend continuation. Utilising a second much...