Relative Strength Indicator (RSI)

The relative strength indicator (RSI) is a momentum indicator used by technical analysts. It compares gains and losses over time to measure the speed and change of market prices. It’s goal is to identify securities that are oversold or overbought.

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Technical Analysis Library (TA-LIB) for Python Backtesting

Anyone who has ever worked on developing a trading strategy from scratch knows the huge amount of difficulty that is required to get your logic right. … TA-LIB Turbo-Charges Your Research Loop: TA-Lib is widely used by quantitative researchers and software engineers developing automated trading systems and charts. This freely available tool allows you to gather information on over 200 stock market indicators.
Bullish Turn of Events for Sprint - S by Theodore Kekstadt

Bullish Turn Of Events For – $S: TA-LIB Three Outside Strategy

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This stock has been on a negative slide for months, and every bounce has been one to sell into. The outlook is different for this current turn in direction. A “Three Outside Up” Japanese Candlestick reversal pattern… Source code for signal links included.
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Improving A Trading Strategy

TD Sequential is a technical indicator for stock trading developed by Thomas R. DeMark in the 1990s. It uses bar plot of stocks to generate trading signals. … Several elements could be modified in this strategy. Whether to include the countdown stage, the choice of the number of bars in the setup stage and countdown stage, the parameters that help to decide when to exit and the size of the trade will affect strategy performance. In addition, we could use information other than price to decide whether the signal should be traded.
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Short Term Stock Trading Strategies

Both The RSI And Stochastic Can Help You Create Profitable Short Term Stock Trading Strategies

I typically receive dozens of emails from traders who are just starting out asking me for help in creating short-term stock trading strategies. A few weeks ago I demonstrated a strategy using the RSI indicator; I received several emails from readers asking me to explain the difference between the RSI Indicator and the Stochastic Indicator. Without getting into complex mathematical formulas, the RSI indicator measures the momentum or velocity of price movement or in plain English the RSI indicator measures when prices moved too fast too soon. The Stochastic Indicator, on the other hand, is a measurement of the placement of a current price within a recent trading range. The theory is that as prices rise, closes tend to occur nearer to the high end of their recent range. Conversely, when prices drop, closes tend to be near the low end of the range. This is how the Stochastic Oscillator measures price levels. Both indicators are considered momentum oscillators because their primary role in most short-term stock trading strategies is to locate overbought and oversold market conditions. 
Read the full article on MarketGeeks by Roger Scott on May 9, 2017