'Stan Weinstein' developed an indicator called Relative Strength which compares the relative strength of a stock with the associated index (in this case the S&P 500).
This indicator combines the relative strength with Weinstein's stage analysis.
The indiacator was made for weekly stock charts only!
BUY & HOLD Conditions (green):
1. Mansfield Relative...
Version 2 Updates
Speed has been increased by ~7X
Highest and lowest pairs now highlighted using brighter colors
Re-ordered pairs from highest to lowest 'flight to risk' rating
I created this tool for the purpose of determining strongest and weakest currencies over different periods of time. Each major currency is compared to the field of other majors...
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Momentum of Relative Strength to index as used by Leaf_West. This is to be used with the companion Relative Strength to Index indicator Leaf_West Style. Make sure you use the same index for comparison. If you follow his methods be aware of the different moving averages for the different time periods. From Leaf_West: "on my weekly and monthly R/S charts, I...
The Relative Momentum Index (RMI) was developed by Roger Altman. Impressed
with the Relative Strength Index's sensitivity to the number of look-back
periods, yet frustrated with it's inconsistent oscillation between defined
overbought and oversold levels, Mr. Altman added a momentum component to the RSI.
As mentioned, the RMI is a variation...
The RVI is a modified form of the relative strength index (RSI).
The original RSI calculation separates one-day net changes into
positive closes and negative closes, then smoothes the data and
normalizes the ratio on a scale of zero to 100 as the basis for the
formula. The RVI uses the same basic formula but substitutes the