MTF RSI Smoothed (recursive):
Recursive implementation of multi-timeframe smoothed RSI indicator.
The indicator uses the recursive call of itself for lower timeframes. This eliminates the need to create two indicators: the conventional and multi-timeframe (implemented by call of the conventional). Moreover, the multi-timeframe indicator can not work without conventional version. This code is useful, rather as a demonstration of the special programming technique than unique oscillator for trading.
Author: Andrey Voytenko
Forum on trading, automated trading systems and testing trading strategies
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Something Interesting in Financial Video November 2013
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Pretty cool way to use the RSI. How to trade using RSI Trading Strategy
Identify the Trend
The first step to trading any successful trend based strategy is to find
the trend! One of easiest ways to find the trend is through identifying
a charts swing highs and swing lows. Traders can work from left to
right on their graph and identify the outliers in price. If you see the
peaks and valleys of price declining consistently, you are looking at a
downtrend. If highs and lows are advancing, traders would consider a
currency pair to be trending upward.
Given this information, traders should look to sell the AUDNZD as long
as price continues to decline towards lower lows. If the trend
continues, expectations are that price will decline allowing traders to
look for new areas to sell the market.
RSI for Entry
Once a strong trend is established, traders will look to join that trend
with a technical market trigger. Oscillators are a family of indicators
that are designed specifically to determine if momentum is returning to
an existing trend. Below we can again see the AUDNZD 8 Hour chart, but
this time the RSI (Relative Strength Index) indicator has been added.
Since we have identified the AUDNZD as being in a downtrend, traders
will look to sell the pair when the RSI indicator crosses back below a
value of 70 (overbought). This will signal momentum returning lower
after the creation of a new swing high.
Below you will find several previous examples of RSI entries signaled on
the AUDNZD. Remember since the trend is down, only new sell positions
should be initiated. At no point should a buy position be considered as
Every good strategy needs a risk management component. When trading
strong trends such as the AUDNZD, it is important to realize that they
will eventually come to an end! Traders have a variety of choices when
it comes to stop placement, but one of the easiest methods is to use a
previous swing high on the chart. In the event that price breaks towards
higher highs, traders will wish to exit any existing sell biased
positions and look for new opportunities elsewhere.
Wether you are trading live money or just practicing on a demo it is
also recomended to review your trades. This way you can track your
progress while making sure you adhere to the strategy rules!