Cesar 
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Thursday, October 7, 2004 
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Bruce, Thank you for the quick reply and the explanation on how to do it. Now that I have the method to do it myself, I expect it to be soon supported.
Jim, You are correct. You do not know if I am absolute beginner (thus opening the door for lots of simple questions about Excel, when it would have been just easier to give the formula) or an exMicrosoft developer who worked on Excel (which I am). It is just easier to give the answer but I always like to know how it came to be.
As always you guys give good quick answers.
Thanks again, Cesar

Is there a way that Jim or Bruce can teach me how you are generating the formulas? The reason I ask is now I need the 4 period RSI. Of course you could give me the formula again.
Thank you, Cesar

Jim,
The 2 period RSI worked perfectly. I have not tried the 3 period one but I assume that it will also.
Thank you so much, Cesar

Jim,
Thank you for the fix. The formula for todays 2 period RSI works. The problem I have is that it is not accurate enough for what I need. Is there a way I can get your spreadsheet such that I can create a more accurate version. Or can you tell me how to create the formula?
Also, the formula for yesterday's 2 period RSI does not look right. The constants in the formula are not the same as the ones in the todays RSI.
Thank you, Cesar

Jim,
Thank you for posting the formula for the 2 period RSI. I was having nightmares thinking that I was going to do it myself. I tried entering your 2period RSI formula as a PCF but the numbers that it gives me are different by a significant amount than I get from other charting packages. Have you double checked it? Any ideas of what I might be doing wrong?
Can you explain how you generate the formula? I will eventually want to do a 3 period RSI.
Thank you, Cesar

