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RSI(3) Ranking System
by Dave W., uploaded several months ago

This ranking system based on RSI(3). The value of RSI(3) is subtracted from 100 so that lower RSI(3) values are given a higher ranking.

Larry Connors' has published some good, quantitative work showing short-term RSI() values (e.g., RSI 2, 3, 4) are good predictors of a stocks performance over the following...

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Relative strength index multiple-length
by The trader, uploaded several months ago

A simple ranking system that combines multiple relative strength index time-series with different length.

For those who don't know what the relative strength index is. The RSI first was developed by J. Welles Wilder; it compares a stock's recent gains to its recent losses and output a number between 0 and...

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