Relative Strength Index

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strategy(title="Relative Strength Index", shorttitle="RSI")
slen    = input(55, title="Short length")
llen    = input(126, title="Long length")
sup     = ema(max(change(close), 0), slen)
sdown   = ema(-min(change(close), 0), slen)
rsi1    = sdown == 0 ? 100 : sup == 0 ? 0 : 100 - (100 / (1 + sup / sdown))
lup     = ema(max(change(close), 0), llen)
ldown   = ema(-min(change(close), 0), llen)
rsi2    = ldown == 0 ? 100 : lup == 0 ? 0 : 100 - (100 / (1 + lup / ldown))
ob      = input(55, title="Overbought")
os      = input(45, title="Oversold")
tp      = input(.9, title="Take profit level %")*.01
sl      = input(3, title="Stoploss level %")*.01
mid     = avg(ob,os)
plot    (mid, color=#4f4f4f, transp=0)
hline   (ob, color=#4f4f4f, linestyle=dotted)
hline   (os, color=#4f4f4f, linestyle=dotted)
long    = crossover(rsi1,rsi2)
short   = crossunder(rsi1,rsi2)
vall    = valuewhen(long,close,0)
lexit1  = high>=(vall*tp)+vall
lexit2  = low<=vall-(vall*sl)
vals    = valuewhen(short,close,0)
sexit1  = low<=vals - (vals*tp)
sexit2  = high>=vals + (vals*sl)
bgcolor (color=long?lime:na,transp=50)
bgcolor (color=short?red:na, transp=50)
strategy.entry("Long", strategy.long, when=long)
strategy.close("Long", when=lexit1)
strategy.close("Long", when=lexit2)
strategy.close("Long", when=short)
strategy.entry("Short", strategy.short, when=short)
strategy.close("Short", when=sexit1)
strategy.close("Short", when=sexit2)
strategy.close("Short", when=long)
plot    (rsi1, color=orange, transp=0,linewidth=1, title="Short period RSI")
plot    (rsi2, color=aqua  , transp=0,linewidth=1, title="Long period RSI")
hi Sir What is number of rsi indicator adjusted
I am sorry, I am unsure what you are asking
totk06 ShirokiHeishi
Hi sir Again .When I looked your chart.It is very nice.And I wonder that RSI Indicator setting valued.Best wishes
Good day to you. It is two different RSI lengths orange is 55 periods and aqua is 126 periods. There is no optimization other than they use an exponential moving average instead of the traditional simple moving average.
Hope this was wht you were looking for.
Warm regards
totk06 ShirokiHeishi
Thanks for helping and educational advice.Good days
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