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The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a popular technical analysis indicator used to measure a stock's relative strength. It compares the magnitude of recent gains to recent losses in an attempt to determine an asset's overbought and oversold conditions, and it ranges from 0 to 100. A stock with an RSI above 70 is considered overbought and likely to experience a price decline. In contrast, a stock or other asset with an RSI below 30 is considered oversold and likely to experience a price increase. In the stock screens at the link below, you can view tickers that are overbought or oversold or stocks with RSI that is in divergence or trending. You can also customize the stock screener criteria, develop a trading strategy and backtest it on historical data.
RSI   Action
 RSI(14) Bullish Divergence    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Crossed Above 70    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Crossed Above 50    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Crossed Above 30    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Trending Up Last 3 Days    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Trending Up Last 7 Days    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Trending Up Last 13 Days    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Trending Up Last 26 Days    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Between 70 and 100    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Between 50 and 70    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Between 30 and 50    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Between 0 and 30    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Trending Down Last 26 Days    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Trending Down Last 13 Days    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Trending Down Last 7 Days    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Trending Down Last 3 Days    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Crossed Below 30    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Crossed Below 50    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Crossed Below 70    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 RSI(14) Bearish Divergence    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   

Education Relative Strength Index (RSI) - Technical Analysis from A to Z
The Relative Strength Index ("RSI") is a popular oscillator. It was first introduced by Welles Wilder in an article in Commodities Magazine in June 1978. When Wilder introduced the RSI, he recommended using a 14-day RSI. Since then, the 9-day and 25-day RSIs have also gained popularity. Because you can vary the number of time periods in the RSI calculation, I suggest that you experiment to find the period that works best for you. The fewer days used to calculate the RSI, the more volatile the indicator. Learn more




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