Improving The Win-Loss Ratio With The Relative Strength Index by Thomas Bulkowski
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Improving The Win-Loss Ratio With The Relative Strength Index by Thomas Bulkowski
Here's a refresher on the relative strength index, and how to improve your win-loss ratio.
Technical analysts can be divided into two basic camps -- those who rely on cha
Momentum And Relative Strength Index by Stuart Evens
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Momentum And Relative
Last month, we examined the theory of price momentum. This
time, we'll look at two common and popular indicators based
on this theory, and how they can be used to enter and exit a
""Momentum oscillator" is a
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Relative Strength Index
by Peter Aan
Rules and Formulas: The formula for computing the Relative Strength Index (RSI) is well-known
and computerized by dozens of commercial software packages.
Briefly, to compute a 14-day RSI, you must first collect 14 d
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Traders accumulate profits trade by trade, with the goal of maximizing profits. But selloffs happen and when they do, you see significant price drops that are fast. Here's an indicator that uses the profit accumulation size to estimate subsequent selloff
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...It's not 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
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Here, one of the most popular indicators found in most
analytical software packages is explained.
When the relative strength index
(RSI) became popular in the
1980s, it was touted as the indicator
that led every turn in the
market. Indeed, for certain f
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Relative Strength Index by Bruce Faber
Here's a primer on the relative strength index, which helps identify market reversals and trends.
The relative strength index (RSI), which was created by J. Welles Wilder, was first presented in his New Conce
The Relative Strength Index by J. Welles Wilder, Jr.
ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Relative Strength Index by J. Welles Wilder, Jr.
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a tool which can add a new dimension to chart interpretation
when plotted in conjunction with a daily bar chart. Some of these interpretative factors are: