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RSI Predictor

by clonex, 1622 days ago
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This Reverse Engineer RSI (RSI PREDICTOR) helps you to know what stock price must be reached in order to trigger a particular RSI value. For example, if I want to buy a stock or ETF on the close today if the RSI(2) is below 50. How do I know what stock closing price will trigger a RSI(2) <= 50?
This could be useful when you have a system which buy or sell a stock on specific RSI treshold. You have not wait for the end of the day (for completing bar and generating signal), but you can send a limit/stop order on a specific price.

Options:
RSI_Treshold : RSI Value
RSI_Period: RSI Period
Result: Stock Price by specific RSI Value

Converted from Amibroker from this blog: http://mysimplequant.blogspot.sk/2010/11/rsi-predictor-for-amibroker.html


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