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Ekambit Strength Index (ESI)

Ekambit Strength Index ( ESI ) is an improved relative strength oscillator, which makes it easy to identify trends and reversals using weighted multi-timeframe comparisons in a single chart.

We at Ekambit Technologies use it daily with consistent success in Indian markets, especially with NSE:NIFTY and NSE:BANKNIFTY .

ESI indicator rules:
1) Above mid-zone & rising: uptrend
2) Falling from high-zone: uptrend reversal
3) Below mid-zone & falling: downtrend
4) Rising from low-zone: downtrend reversal

Apply the same indicator to VIX (in the same chart!) or up to 3 correlated instruments to gain greater conviction for your trades, as shown in the chart.
In addition to the chart timeframe, optionally 3 higher weighted timeframes can be used in ESI computation.

In effect, ESI is a single indicator which provides an insight of 16 indicators (4 timeframes * 4 instruments).

In the example shown,

The same color coding is used for ESI indicator as well, and reasoning for each trade is shown in the chart based on ESI indicator values.


Use the link below to obtain 7-days free access to this indicator.
Release Notes: Ekambit Strength Index ( ESI ) is an improved relative strength oscillator, which makes it easy to identify trends and reversals using weighted multi-timeframe comparisons in a single chart.

We at Ekambit Technologies use it daily with consistent success in Indian markets, especially with NSE:NIFTY and NSE:BANKNIFTY .

ESI indicator rules:
1) Above mid-zone & rising: uptrend
2) Falling from high-zone: uptrend reversal
3) Below mid-zone & falling: downtrend
4) Rising from low-zone: downtrend reversal

Apply the same indicator to VIX (in the same chart!) or up to 3 correlated instruments to gain greater conviction for your trades, as shown in the chart.
In addition to the chart timeframe, optionally 3 higher weighted timeframes can be used in ESI computation.

In effect, ESI is a single indicator which provides an insight of 16 indicators (4 timeframes * 4 instruments).

In the example shown,

* Purple = NSE:BANKNIFTY (main symbol in thick line)
* Red = NSE:INDIAVIX
* Blue = NSE:CNXPSUBANK
* Green = NSE:NIFTY50EQUALWEIGHT

The same color coding is used for ESI indicator as well, and reasoning for each trade is shown in the chart based on ESI indicator values.
Release Notes:
  • Minor improvement to input
  • Showcase new example from May-2021
  • Show ESI indicator's usage together with EVSI indicator, for a stronger conviction before entering and exiting trades

In the example shown above:
ESI purple line = NSE:NIFTY1!
ESI blue line = A positively correlated instrument to NSE:NIFTY
ESI red line = A negatively correlated instrument to NSE:NIFTY

Long and Short positions can be entered with conviction based on ESI or EVSI indicator's forecast.

It's really intuitive and repeatable, you should try both indicators together as a pair.
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Author's instructions

Use the link below to obtain 7-days free access to this indicator, and get more information about its usage and configuration: https://secure.ekambit.com/esi/

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