The Relative Strength Index (RSI) was developed by Wells Wilder to measure the speed and change of price movements of an instrument. RSI oscillates between zero and 100. It is most commonly used to indicate temporary overbought or oversold conditions in a market. Wilder considered RSI values over 70 overbought and values below 30 oversold, but these values can be adjusted to suit particular needs and markets. For instance, 80 could be used as overbought line in a strong uptrend and 20 as oversold line in a strong downtrend.
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Relative strength index
Indicator in technical analysis
The relative strength index (RSI) is a technical indicator used in the analysis of financial markets. It is intended to chart the current and historical strength or weakness of a stock or market based on the closing prices of a recent trading period. The indicator should not be confused with relative strength.
The RSI is classified as a momentum oscillator, measuring the velocity and magnitude of price movements. Momentum is the rate of the rise or fall in price. The RSI computes momentum as the ratio of higher closes to lower closes: stocks which have had more or stronger positive changes have a higher RSI than stocks which have had more or stronger negative changes.
The RSI is most typically used on a 14-day timeframe, measured on a scale from 0 to 100, with high and low levels marked at 70 and 30, respectively. Short or longer timeframes are used for alternately shorter or longer outlooks. High and low levels—80 and 20, or 90 and 10—occur less frequently but indicate stronger momentum.
The relative strength index was developed by J. Welles Wilder and published in a 1978 book, New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems, and in Commodities magazine (now Futures magazine) in the June 1978 issue. It has become one of the most popular oscillator indices.
The RSI provides signals that tell investors to buy when the security or currency is oversold and to sell when it is overbought. 
RSI with recommended parameters and its day-to-day optimization was tested and compared with other strategies in Marek and Šedivá (2017). The testing was randomised in time and companies (e.g., Apple, Exxon Mobil, IBM, Microsoft) and showed that RSI can still produce good results; however, in longer time it is usually overcome by the simple buy-and-hold strategy. 
For each trading period an upward change U or downward change D is calculated. Up periods are characterized by the close being higher than the previous close:
Conversely, a down period is characterized by the close being lower than the previous period's close (note that D is nonetheless a positive number),
If the last close is the same as the previous, both U and D are zero. The average U and D are calculated using an n-period smoothed or modified moving average (SMMA or MMA) which is an exponentially smoothed Moving Average with α = 1/period. Some commercial packages, like AIQ, use a standard exponential moving average (EMA) as the average instead of Wilder's SMMA.
Wilder originally formulated the calculation of the moving average as: newval = (prevval * (period - 1) + newdata) / period. This is fully equivalent to the aforementioned exponential smoothing. New data is simply divided by period which is equal to the alpha calculated value of 1/period. Previous average values are modified by (period -1)/period which in effect is period/period - 1/period and finally 1 - 1/period which is 1 - alpha.
The ratio of these averages is the relative strength or relative strength factor:
If the average of D values is zero, then according to the equation, the RS value will approach infinity, so that the resulting RSI, as computed below, will approach 100.
The relative strength factor is then converted to a relative strength index between 0 and 100:
The smoothed moving averages should be appropriately initialized with a simple moving average using the first n values in the price series.
The RSI is presented on a graph above or below the price chart. The indicator has an upper line, typically at 70, a lower line at 30, and a dashed mid-line at 50. Wilder recommended a smoothing period of 14 (see exponential smoothing, i.e. α = 1/14 or N = 14).
Wilder posited that when price moves up very rapidly, at some point it is considered overbought. Likewise, when price falls very rapidly, at some point it is considered oversold. In either case, Wilder deemed a reaction or reversal imminent.
The level of the RSI is a measure of the stock's recent trading strength. The slope of the RSI is directly proportional to the velocity of a change in the trend. The distance traveled by the RSI is proportional to the magnitude of the move.
Wilder believed that tops and bottoms are indicated when RSI goes above 70 or drops below 30. Traditionally, RSI readings greater than the 70 level are considered to be in overbought territory, and RSI readings lower than the 30 level are considered to be in oversold territory. In between the 30 and 70 level is considered neutral, with the 50 level a sign of no trend. 
Wilder further believed that divergence between RSI and price action is a very strong indication that a market turning point is imminent. Bearish divergence occurs when price makes a new high but the RSI makes a lower high, thus failing to confirm. Bullish divergence occurs when price makes a new low but RSI makes a higher low.: 68
Overbought and oversold conditions
Wilder thought that "failure swings" above 50 and below 50 on the RSI are strong indications of market reversals. For example, assume the RSI hits 76, pulls back to 72, then rises to 77. If it falls below 72, Wilder would consider this a "failure swing" above 70.
Finally, Wilder wrote that chart formations and areas of support and resistance could sometimes be more easily seen on the RSI chart as opposed to the price chart. The center line for the relative strength index is 50, which is often seen as both the support and resistance line for the indicator.
If the relative strength index is below 50, it generally means that the stock's losses are greater than the gains. When the relative strength index is above 50, it generally means that the gains are greater than the losses.
Uptrends and downtrends
In addition to Wilder's original theories of RSI interpretation, Andrew Cardwell has developed several new interpretations of RSI to help determine and confirm trend. First, Cardwell noticed that uptrends generally traded between RSI 40 and 80, while downtrends usually traded between RSI 60 and 20. Cardwell observed when securities change from uptrend to downtrend and vice versa, the RSI will undergo a "range shift."
Next, Cardwell noted that bearish divergence: 1) only occurs in uptrends, and 2) mostly only leads to a brief correction instead of a reversal in trend. Therefore, bearish divergence is a sign confirming an uptrend. Similarly, bullish divergence is a sign confirming a downtrend.
Finally, Cardwell discovered the existence of positive and negative reversals in the RSI. Reversals are the opposite of divergence. For example, a positive reversal occurs when an uptrend price correction results in a higher low compared to the last price correction, while RSI results in a lower low compared to the prior correction. A negative reversal happens when a downtrend rally results in a lower high compared to the last downtrend rally, but RSI makes a higher high compared to the prior rally.
In other words, despite stronger momentum as seen by the higher high or lower low in the RSI, price could not make a higher high or lower low. This is evidence the main trend is about to resume. Cardwell noted that positive reversals only happen in uptrends while negative reversals only occur in downtrends, and therefore their existence confirms the trend.
A variation called Cutler's RSI is based on a simple moving average of U and D, instead of the exponential average above. Cutler had found that since Wilder used a smoothed moving average to calculate RSI, the value of Wilder's RSI depended upon where in the data file his calculations started. Cutler termed this Data Length Dependency. Cutler's RSI is not data length dependent, and returns consistent results regardless of the length of, or the starting point within a data file.
Cutler's RSI generally comes out slightly different from the normal Wilder RSI, but the two are similar, since SMA and SMMA are also similar.
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- The current trend is relatively stagnant and AAPL is experiencing slight buying pressure.
Apple Inc Technical Analysis Chart Indicators
|Level||Buy or Sell|
|Level||Buy or Sell|
|8-day Simple Moving Average:||142.75||Buy|
|20-day Simple Moving Average:||143.13||Buy|
|50-day Simple Moving Average:||147.05||Sell|
|200-day Simple Moving Average:||135.56||Buy|
|8-day Exponential Moving Average:||142.98||Buy|
|20-day Exponential Moving Average:||143.8||Buy|
|50-day Exponential Moving Average:||144.76||Buy|
|200-day Exponential Moving Average:||134.8||Buy|
Apple Inc Technical Analysis Indicators
|Level||Buy or Sell|
|Level||Buy or Sell|
|MACD (12, 26):||-1.23||Sell|
|Relative Strength Index (14 RSI):||51.25||Buy|
|Chaikin Money Flow:||62178036||-|
|Level||Buy or Sell|
|Level||Buy or Sell|
|Bollinger Bands (25):||(141.39 - 146.93)||Buy|
|Bollinger Bands (100):||(133.9 - 150.56)||Buy|
AAPL Technical Analysis
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Technical Analysis Apple Inc Stock
Is Apple Inc Stock a Buy?
- Apple Inc share price is 144.84 while AAPL 8-day simple moving average is 142.75, which is a Buy signal.
- The stock price of AAPL is 144.84 while Apple Inc 20-day SMA is 143.13, which makes it a Buy.
- Apple Inc 50-day simple moving average is 147.05 while AAPL share price is 144.84, making it a Sell technically.
- AAPL stock price is 144.84 and Apple Inc 200-day simple moving average is 135.56, creating a Buy signal.
AAPL Technical Analysis vs Fundamental Analysis
AAPL Fundamental Analysis
Apple Inc (AAPL) is a Sell
Is Apple Inc a Buy or a Sell?
Apple Inc stock is rated a Sell
- The Score for AAPL is 42, which is 16% below its historic median score of 50, and infers higher risk than normal.
Apple Inc Stock Info
- Market Cap: 2.39T
- Price in USD: 144.84
- Share Volume: 67.54M
AAPL 52-week Range
- 52 Week High: 157.26000
- 52 Week Low: 107.32000
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Apple Inc Share Price Forecast
- What is the Apple Inc stock price today?
The Apple Inc stock price is 144.84 USD today.
- Will AAPL stock go up or go down?
Apple Inc share price is forecast to RISE/FALL based on technical indicators
- Is Apple Inc overvalued?
According to simple moving average, exponential moving average, oscillators, and other technical indicators, Apple Inc is overvalued.
Is Apple Inc Stock a Buy?
- Apple Inc share price is 144.84 while AAPL 8-day exponential moving average is 142.98, which is a Buy signal.
- The stock price of AAPL is 144.84 while Apple Inc 20-day EMA is 143.8, which makes it a Buy.
- Apple Inc 50-day exponential moving average is 144.76 while AAPL share price is 144.84, making it a Buy technically.
- AAPL stock price is 144.84 and Apple Inc 200-day exponential moving average is 134.8, creating a Buy signal.
The Technical Analysis page contains the results of 12 common technical analytics over different periods of time. The analytics used are:
- The Moving Average is the average price of the security or contact for the Period shown. For example, a 9-period moving average is the average of the closing prices for the past 9 periods, including the current period. For intraday data the current price is used in place of the closing price.
The moving average is used to observe price changes. The effect of the moving average is to smooth the price movement so that the longer-term trend becomes less volatile and therefore more obvious. When the price rises above the moving average, it indicates that investors are becoming bullish on the commodity. When the price falls below, it indicates a bearish commodity. As well, when a moving average crosses below a longer-term moving average, the study indicates a down turn in the market. When a short-term moving average crosses above a longer term moving average, this indicates an upswing in the market. The longer the period of the moving average, the smoother the price movement is. Longer moving averages are used to isolate long-term trends.
- The Price Change and associated Percent Change is the difference between the current Last Price, and the Last Price from the Period shown.
- For Commodities, the Average Volume figure is the average for the individual contract over the specified period of time.
Average True Range
- The stochastic values simply represent the position of the market on a percentage basis versus its range over the previous n-period sessions. The percentage scale runs from zero to 100%. The Stochastic Indicator shows where a security's price closed in relation to its price range over the specified time period. There are three primary stochastic values:
- Raw Stochastic - the most basic value representing the stochastic value for each period. This is also referred to as raw K.
- %K - the first smoothing of the raw stochastic, usually with a 3-period exponential moving average.
- %D - the smoothing of the %k value, usually with another 3-period exponential moving average. Also known as slow K.
- High Average True Range values often occur at market bottoms following a "panic" sell-off. Low Average True Range values are often found during extended sideways periods, such as those found at tops and after consolidation periods. The True Range indicator is the greatest of the following:
- The price difference from today's high to today's low.
- The price difference from yesterday's close to today's high.
- The price difference from yesterday's close to today's low.
(MACD Oscillator is calculated against the 3-Day Moving Average)
- The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is one of the most popular overbought/oversold (OB/OS) indicators. The RSI is basically an internal strength index which is adjusted on a daily basis by the amount by which the market rose or fell. It is most commonly used to show when a market has topped or bottomed. A high RSI occurs when the market has been rallying sharply and a low RSI occurs when the market has been selling off sharply. The RSI is expressed as a percentage, and ranges from zero to 100%.
- Williams Percent R was developed by Larry Williams. It indicates overbought/oversold market conditions, and is expressed as a percentage, ranging from zero to 100%. Percent R is the inverse of the Raw Stochastic.
- Historic volatility is the standard deviation of the "price returns" over a given number of sessions, multiplied by a factor (260 days) to produce an annualized volatility level. A "price return" is the natural logarithm of the percentage price changes or ln[Pt/P(t-1)]. A volatile market therefore has a larger standard deviation and thus a higher historical volatility value. Conversely, a market with small fluctuations has a small standard deviation and a low historical volatility value. Historical volatility is available on a daily chart, and on the Technicals Summary page for an individual ticker symbol/commodity contract. Historical volatility can also be used as a tool by traders who are trading only the underlying instrument. Quantifying the volatility in a market can affect a trader's perception of how far the market can move and thus provides some help in making price projections and placing orders. High volatility may indicate a trend reversal as heavy buying/selling comes into the market and may sharp price reversals.
- The MACD Oscillator is the difference between a short-term and a long-term moving averages. When the MACD Oscillator is above the zero line, conventional wisdom interprets this as a bullish signal, and conversely, when the histogram is below the zero line this is interpreted as a bearish signal. The red line being above the green line reinforces a bullish signal, and the red line below the green line reinforces a bearish signal. Other interpretations use crossovers between the red and green lines as market timing signals if the resulting direction of both lines is the same. Going up is bullish, going down is bearish.
Technicals are calculated and updated every 20 minutes during the trading day using delayed market data.
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Index apple rsi
- RSI: Relative Strength Index formatted for overbought/oversold conditions
- MACD Delta = MACD - MACD EMA signal line. Bullish momentum (> 0) & Bearish momentum (< 0)
- Fast & Slow Stochastic: Fast & Slow Stochastic Oscillator formatted for overbought(> 80)/oversold(< 20) conditions
- ADX : Average Directional Movement index formatted for strong momentum of current trend when > 25
- CCI : Commodity Channel Index formatted for overbought/oversold conditions based on individual historic levels for each security
- ATR : Average True Range formatted for elevated (blue) volatility based on recent history for each security
- AD : Accumulation Distribution formatted based on recent historic levels for each security. Purple for top quartile; Orange for bottom quartile
- OBV : On Balance Volume formatted based on recent historic levels for each security. Purple for top quartile; Orange for bottom quartile
- % of SMA: Various Key period SMAs to summarize where security is vs. recent trends
- Read the calculation, interpretation and references sector for further details
- Users typically use a combination of indicators to support their hypothesis.
- Also check out Historical Metric Deciles to see how the current technical levels compare to the history for Apple Inc.
- Absolute indicator values such as OBV, AD etc. cannot be compared across securities
Users typically use data on this page in the above ways. This is not an exhaustive list. For Informational purposes only. Aiolux does NOT provide Investment Advice
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