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nwh647
3 posts
msg #82679
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11/9/2009 10:58:44 AM

Can anyone explain to me please what is RSI(2) as opposed to the classic RSI

Kevin_in_GA
4,546 posts
msg #82681
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11/9/2009 11:20:27 AM

Google Wilder's RSI to understand the difference in how it is calculated.

nwh647
3 posts
msg #82690
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11/9/2009 12:18:29 PM

Tks Kevin - I'm intrigued by your posts on the MACD!!!

TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #82695
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11/9/2009 1:05:54 PM

They are all the same.

Most books use a 10 period or 14 period RSI.

M4M ( StockHolyGrail at the time ) uses a 2 period RSI. A study was done, M4M was NOT given credit, and it was shown how well this indicator performs.





webmark
5 posts
msg #82817
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11/11/2009 6:53:59 AM

where do I find a guide on RSI(2) application and use?

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #82820
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11/11/2009 8:19:27 AM

GOOGLE IT

BarTune1
403 posts
msg #82850
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11/11/2009 11:14:29 AM

Try,

http://www.tradingmarkets.com/.site/stocks/commentary/editorial/2-Period-RSI.cfm

and

http://www.tradingmarkets.com/.site/stocks/how_to/articles/How-I-Apply-Connors-RSI-2-to-Trading-Pullbacks-82348.cfm

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #82852
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11/11/2009 12:06:24 PM



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