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The Relative Strength Comparison (RSC) is a basic indicator that plots a comparative measure of strength of one security versus another (the base security). It can direct traders to strong securities and help to identify the weak ones. It is calculated by dividing the price of the security (numerator) by the price of the base security (denominator). When it goes up, the security outperforms the base security. When it goes down, the base security outperforms the security. When it moves sideways, both prices are rising and falling equally percentagewise. Outperforming in this context does not necessarily mean the security is rising, it could be falling less than the base security: the indicator only describes the relationship between the two securities. Traders often use it to compare the strength of a stock against an index, but it can also be used to compare different asset class indices to find a strong market. The indicator is best used in combination with other analysis techniques.

Relative Strength Colored This script plots Relative strength Compared to Nifty Index. You can change it to your requirement .

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Shows the strength of current symbol relative to strength of another symbol, defaulted to Bursa Malaysia broad market index: FBMSCAP. Best viewed in weekly chart.

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This indicator tracks the GSCI Commodity Index over the course of the S&P 500. This is used for the fundamental evaluation of ratios of asset classes to each other. The thesis is based on Ray Dalio's quadrant theory: in periods without inflation and with good growth, stock prices rise and commodity prices fall. Conversely, in periods of good growth in an...

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Simple "benchmark" strategy for ETFs, Stocks and Crypto! Super-easy to implement for beginners, a BTD (buy-the-dip) strategy means that you buy a fixed amount of an ETF / Stock / Crypto every time it falls. For instance, to BTD the S&P 500 ( SPY ), you could purchase $500 USD each time the price falls. Assuming the macro-economic conditions of the underlying...

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Overview: This implementation of the RS Line mimics how Investor's Business Daily and CANSLIM investors measure growth stock performance versus the S&P 500. If you are looking at a weekly chart, the RS Line is the performance of the stock over the past week versus the S&P 500 over that same time frame. The same logic applies to the daily and monthly charts,...

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FX Currency strength indicator is a visual guide that demonstrates which currencies are currently strong, and which ones are weak. FX Currency strength indicators include multiple calculation to choose from 1. Relative Strength Index (RSI) 2. True Strength Index (TSI) 3. Absolute Strength Index (ASI) 4. Linear Regression Slope (LRS) 5. Rate of Change (ROC) 6....

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In financial terms, 'correlation' is the numerical measure of the relationship between two variables (in this case, the variables are Forex pairs). The range of the correlation coefficient is between -1 and +1. A correlation of +1 indicates that two currency pairs will flow in the same direction. A correlation of -1 indicates that two currency pairs will move in...

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This script attempts to show the relative strength of the 11 sectors in the SPX, which can be accomplished in three ways: 1. Sectors - displays all sector indices as they appear normally 2. Sector Relativity - displays each sector divided by the sum of the other 10 sectors 3. Sector Alpha - displays the alpha of each sector as compared to the sum of the other...

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The Price Relative indicator compares the performance of one security to another. This indicator can be used to compare the performance of a stock against a benchmark index, such as the S&P 500, or its sector/industry group. This makes it possible to determine if a stock is leading or lagging its peers. The Price Relative is used to gauge relative strength, which...

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JPY Relative Strength Comparison to the basket of other major currencies. jpy = (1/usdjpy + 1/cadjpy + 1/chfjpy + 1/eurjpy + 1/gbpjpy + 1/audjpy + 1/nzdjpy)/0.07

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Relative strength is a ratio between two assets, most often a stock and a market average (index). This implementation uses the method described here and the second method described here to calculate its value: "To calculate the relative strength of a particular stock, divide the percentage change over some time period by the percentage change of a particular...

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The indicator shows the width of the Central Pivot Range. Frank Ochoa call it It Pivot Range Histogram in his book. Use it in conjunction with the Central Pivot Range indicator. Below is the interpretation of the reading. CPR Width > 0.5 - Sideways or Trading Range Day, CPR Width > 0.75 - increases the likelihood of sideways trading behavior, CPR Width <...

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This version of the Mansfield Relative Strength Indicator uses the unflattened version of the indicator recommended on the Stage Analysis website, as the slope angle of "Zero Line" (52 week MA of the stock / S&P 500) gives additional useful information that can't be seen on the traditional flattened version of the Mansfield Relative Strength Indicator.

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Relative strength is one of the most useful indicators in the market, highlighting when stocks and sectors are outperforming or underperforming a broader index. Traditional RS compares the percentage change of one symbol over a given time frame and subtracts the percentage change of the S&P 500 over the same period. This is handy, but it can produce false...

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THE SCRIPT SIMPLY DIVIDES THE STOCK PRICE BY NIFTY TO MEASURE UNDER PERFORMANCE AND OUT PERFORMANCE WITH NIFTY. YOU CAN CHANGE SETTINGS FROM NIFTY TO ANY OTHER SECTOR LIKE CNX FMCG TO MEASURE SECTOR PERFORMANCE AND UNDER PERFORMANCE !!!

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This code is to replicate the relative strength indicator as used on investors.com (on lists like the IBD 50, big cap 20 etc). Let me know if any issues / any updates wanted.

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Use this indicator to compare how security is performing in compare with preferred index (SPX by default). > 0 outperforming < 0 underperforming Works best for weekly, but can be applied to monthly and daily charts. It will be rather useless to use it in smaller timeframes Apply it to SPX, industry index, sector index or other security in similar sector

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This Relative Strength Comparison (RSC) indicator overlays a simple moving average (SMA) of the prior days values and changes color when the RSC crosses above and below that value as an indicator with bearish and bullish signals in comparison to another symbol.

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