Trading Up-Close: Relative Strength Index

November 14, 2019
The Relative Strength Index, or RSI, is a technical indicator measuring the strength and momentum behind a stock's recent price moves. It can give you a sense of when a stock might have become over or undervalued, and possibly ripe for a reversal.

On this episode of Trading Up-Close, Kevin Horner explains more about how the RSI works and how it can be used a tool for technical analysis.

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