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Furthermore, for simplicity in reading the results, we "zero base" the RSI reading. To zero base a RSI reading, one needs to subtract 50 from the RSI level at each data point. Then, instead of 50 being neutral, 0 is neutral. This makes it very easy to see if the RSI is positive and how positive it is.
I look for two things on today's posted chart ...
1. When the RSI readings are positive or negative (above or below zero).
You made an observation above in this thread on Thursday, April 22, 2010 11:54:06 AM which may be of use to you.