NinjaTrader 7 Indicators - Stochastic RSI
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Stochastic RSI 5 *
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The Stochastic RSI was developed by Tushar Chande and Stanley Kroll. Details can be found in Stocks & Commodities V. 11:5 "Stochastic RSI and Dynamic Momentum Index" (May 1993) and in their book "The New Technical Trader", which was published in 1994. The Stochastic RSI is said to better in identifying overbought and oversold conditions than both the RSI or the Stochastics.

The Stochastic RSI comes as a default indicator with NinjaTrader. The version published here is a version with the following enhancements:

- The NinjaTrader default indicator calculates a raw Stochastics directly from the RSI, which is used as an input series. No further smoothing is possible. The enhanced version allows further smoothing of the raw K line. The default period for the K line smoothing is set to 1 (no smoothing).

- The indicator comes with a D line added. The D line is calculated as a SMA of the K line and can be used as signal line.

- The NinjaTrader default version uses the same lookback period for the RSI and the Stochastics. This is in line with the suggestions by Tushar Chande and Stanley Kroll. However, this version allows to select different periods for RSI and Stochastics.

- Code efficiency is improved, which results in a reduced CPU load, when the indicator is set to COBC = false.

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