RSI Multi-Timeframe

The Relative Strength Index ( RSI ) is an extremely useful oscillating momentum indicator that was developed by J. Welles Wilder and is one of the most widely used indicators in technical analysis .

In the classic view, a security is thought to be overbought when its RSI reading is above 70 and oversold when its RSI reading falls below 30. This makes it a good indicator for mean-reversion systems. Wilder recommended using the 70 and 30 levels as overbought and oversold levels respectively. When the RSI moves up over the 30 line it is considered a possible bullish reversal while a move down below the 70 line is considered a possible bearish reversal.
When the RSI is above 70 it is a potential exit signal if you are in a long position and when it is below 30 it is a potential exit signal if you are in a short position. Some traders use extreme readings for entry points in the direction of the long-term trend. Thus, if the long-term trend is bullish , then you'd wait for the RSI to reach oversold territory, which would be a potential entry point for a long position. Conversely, if the long-term trend is bearish , then overbought conditions could be a potential point to short the security.

I added the possibility to add on the chart a 2nd timeframe for confirmation.

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