The input parameters for the RSI periods are set by the user and include a short RSI with a period of 5, a main RSI with a period of 14, and a long RSI with a period of 28. The overbought and oversold levels for each RSI can also be set by the user.
The script plots the three RSI lines on the chart and calculates a bar color based on the enabled RSI values. If all three RSI values are overbought, the bar color is set to fuchsia, if all three RSI values are oversold, the bar color is set to aqua, and if neither of these conditions is met, the bar color is set to not available.
The script also includes a fast RSI and an RSI exponential moving average (EMA) with adjustable periods. The RSI fast line is plotted along with the RSI EMA line, and a cloud fill is generated between the two lines. The fill color is based on whether the fast RSI line is above or below the RSI EMA line, with a blue color used for long signals and a pink color used for short signals.
This indicator can be used as part of a trading strategy in a number of ways. Here are a few examples:
Overbought and Oversold Signals: When the bar color of the indicator is fuchsia, it indicates that all three RSIs are overbought, and when the bar color is aqua, it indicates that all three RSIs are oversold. These signals can be used to enter a trade in the opposite direction, anticipating a reversal in price.
RSI Divergence: Traders can also look for divergences between the price and the RSI values. For example, if the price is making higher highs but the RSI values are making lower highs, it could indicate that the price trend is weakening and a reversal may be imminent. Conversely, if the price is making lower lows but the RSI values are making higher lows, it could indicate that the price trend is about to reverse.
RSI Cloud Signals: The cloud fill generated between the fast RSI and RSI EMA lines can be used to generate trading signals. When the fast RSI line is above the RSI EMA line and the fill color is blue, it can be a signal to go long. When the fast RSI line is below the RSI EMA line and the fill color is pink, it can be a signal to go short.
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