The indicator presents a few key elements on its pane which is separate from the price chart:
Smoothed RSI Average Line: This line represents an average of three different RSI calculations, each weighted differently. It's been smoothed out to reduce noise and help you see the trend more clearly.
Moving Average Line: This is a line that smooths out the average RSI line even further and helps you identify the overall trend.
Bollinger Bands: These are two lines that create a channel around the RSI average line. The upper band typically represents an overbought condition, and the lower band represents an oversold condition.
Background Color: The background of the indicator pane will change colors to indicate buy (green) or sell (red) signals.
Horizontal Lines: There are horizontal lines drawn at levels 70, 50, and 30. These represent overbought, midpoint, and oversold levels, respectively.
How to Operate and Interpret:
Trend Identification: Look at the moving average line. If it's trending upwards, the overall momentum may be considered bullish. If it's trending downwards, the momentum may be bearish.
Buy Signals: You may consider a buy signal when:
The smoothed RSI average crosses above the moving average line.
The smoothed RSI average is below 30 and starts to rise, crossing the oversold line.
The background color turns green, signifying favorable conditions to buy according to the indicator's logic.
Sell Signals: You may consider a sell signal when:
The smoothed RSI average crosses below the moving average line.
The smoothed RSI average is above 70 and starts to fall, crossing the overbought line.
The background color turns red, signifying favorable conditions to sell according to the indicator's logic.
Overbought/Oversold Conditions: When the smoothed RSI line touches or crosses the Bollinger Bands, it could be indicating that the asset is overbought (upper band) or oversold (lower band). Some traders use these conditions to look for potential reversals.
Cautions for Trading:
If the smoothed RSI average is between the bands and near the middle line (50), the market might be considered neutral, and some traders may choose to wait for clearer signals.
Just because the indicator gives a buy or sell signal, it doesn't mean the price will immediately move in that direction. It's important to consider other factors in your trading strategy.
Always use this indicator in conjunction with other analysis methods. No indicator is perfect, and they should be used to supplement your trading strategy, not replace it.
It's important to set stop losses according to your risk tolerance when entering any trades based on these signals.
Practice with the indicator in a demo account to become familiar with its behavior before using it with real money.
By following the movements and signals of this indicator, you can get a sense of the momentum and potential entry or exit points in the markets you are trading.
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