RSI - Relative Strength Index
In 1978, the RSI defined by Welles Wilder in his book New Concepts in Technical Investment Systems can be translated into Turkish relative power index. The RSI has been widely used in many investment platforms since its publication.
The RSI, which calculates the mathematical calculation based on the internal power of the instrument and evaluates it according to past days, is shown in the lower section as a histogram. For the indicator that moves on a scale between 0 and 100 on the vertical axis, two borders are drawn at the price level of 30 and 70. The RSI below 30 indicates the over-purchase demand that does not match the price, and shows the over-purchase demand when it exceeds 70. In this way, he tries to give preliminary information about how the price movement will change direction.
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The RSI calculates the averages of the days in the specified period and calculates the averages, calculates their averages and compares them with the current price level. In this way, the investment vehicle with its own internal power to meet the demand to try to understand. The price response to past demands is the most important data for the RSI and the basis of the indicator is based on this stated internal strength. As you might expect, it is highly probable that each investment vehicle will respond to the purchase or sale requests generated by it in a different price. The main objective of the RSI is to understand this price response of the investment vehicle by the average of past days and to predict the impact of today's demands. Therefore, the RSI sees the ability of the current price to meet the demand within certain limits, and foresees that the demands that go beyond these limits will be excessive and that after a while the price will not be met. This is indicated by the above 70, with 30 boundary lines below. It is assumed that the value that goes beyond these limits will be an indicator of change in the short term.
The RSI also has a number of possibilities of use, except in the cases mentioned above. For example, if x is the price of y + 1 a few days after the purchase price has reached the price y point in x quantity, it is assumed that the condition called u negative mismatch tal occurs. This formation price graph shows two peaks that descend on the RSI indicator despite the two peaks rising one after the other. This discrepant view is an indication that prices cannot meet the demand.
The RSI is positioned as standard with an average of 14 periods when attached to the price graph. However, the user can set the average of his / her display specifications.
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