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Version 1.2 November 25, 2017

The Slow Relative Strength Index (SRSI) is an oscillator which was presented by Vitali Apirine in the April 2015 issue of Stocks & Commodities.

The SRSI is a momentum oscillator derived from the RSI developed by Welles Wilder in 1978. Where the RSI takes into account price moves relative to the prior bar's close, the SRSI compares the current price to an exponential moving average. The SRSI uses the same scale as the RSI. A value above 80 is considered as overbought, whereas a value below 20 indicates an oversold condition.

Compared to the RSI, the SRSI is supposed to generate stronger long term signals, but weaker short term signals. I have added a signal line to the indicator.

Nota: I saw that another version of the SRSI has already been posted. That version is not adapted to work with bar types that support RemoveLastBar() such as Renko bars or Linebreak bars.







Nota: There is another version of the SRSI posted, which will not work correctly with bar types that support RemoveLastBar().


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