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By default, the RSI measures the changes in an asset's price over 14 periods 14 days on daily charts, 14 hours on hourly charts, and so on. The formula divides the average gain the price has had over that time by the average loss it has sustained and then plots data on a scale from 0 to As mentioned, the RSI is a momentum indicator, which is a type of technical trading tool that measures the rate at which the price or data is changing.
When momentum increases and the price is rising, it indicates that the stock is being actively bought in the market. If momentum increases to the downside, it is a sign that the selling pressure is increasing. The RSI is also an oscillating indicator that makes it easier for traders to spot overbought or oversold market conditions.
It evaluates the asset price on a scale of 0 to , considering the 14 periods. While an RSI score of 30 or less suggests that the asset is probably close to its bottom oversold , a measurement above 70 indicates that the asset price is probably near its high overbought for that period. Although the default settings for RSI is 14 periods, traders may choose to modify it in order to increase sensitivity fewer periods or decrease sensitivity more periods.
Therefore, a 7-day RSI is more sensitive to price movements than one that considers 21 days. Moreover, short-term trading setups may adjust the RSI indicator to consider 20 and 80 as oversold and overbought levels instead of 30 and 70 , so it is less likely to provide false signals. Besides the RSI scores of 30 and 70 - which may suggest potentially oversold and overbought market conditions - traders also make use of the RSI to try and predict trend reversals or to spot support and resistance levels.
Such an approach is based on the so-called bullish and bearish divergences. A bullish divergence is a condition where the price and the RSI scores move in opposite directions. So, the RSI score rises and creates higher lows while the price falls, creating lower lows. This is called a "bullish" divergence and indicates that the buying force is getting stronger despite the price downtrend. In contrast, bearish divergences may indicate that despite a rise in price, the market is losing momentum.
Therefore, the RSI score drops and creates lower highs while the asset price increases and creates higher highs. Keep in mind, however, that RSI divergences are not that reliable during strong market trends. The default range for this is 14 days. Traders are also known to use 5-day periods and even day periods, but records show 14 days to be more precise. The average gain is the average of how much the price has increased from each of its low points within a time period.
Conversely, the average loss is how much the price has gone down from each of its highs. We divide these two to get the RSI value. The RSI value is plugged into a graph with on the y-axis. These numbers are used to indicate the likelihood of a change in the price movement. These are price lines and they indicate trade signals for an asset. If crypto reaches past 70, it is considered Overbought.
If it goes below 30 it is Oversold. An Overbought asset has been bought too much at a high price so there is a strong indication that it will go down. On the other hand, an Oversold coin has been sold too much at a low price so the RSI tells us it will likely go back up. These are often trade signals that help investors make decisions on what to do with their assets. A divergence is when the RSI goes in the opposite direction from the price chart. If the price chart shows an uptrend but in the RSI, the price starts to fall, we have a bearish divergence.
This means the price will likely start to decline. Keep in mind that divergences usually happen at the end of a trend bullish or bearish. We can avoid some of these gaps by adjusting the price line levels. So when the price does reach an extreme, the trade signal would be more reliable. The Relative Strength Index can be a powerful tool, especially for day traders. A prediction is only an analysis of the past and has little to do with the future.