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RSI

(Repetitive Strain Injury) Ailments of the hands, neck, back and eyes due to computer use. The remedy for RSI is frequent breaks which should include stretching or yoga postures. See carpal tunnel syndrome, Maltron keyboard, wrist rest, Nintendo thumb, iPod finger and repetitive brain injury.
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Momentum remains positive while the Relative Strength Index is on the verge of crossing 70 -- entering overbought conditions.
It noted that the relative strength index, a crucial technical indicator, remained strong and not yet at the overbought level.
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The decline came after the index's relative strength index remained above 70 for four straight days through Friday.
The relative strength index (RSI), a widely used momentum indicator, rose above 70 on all three indexes, which is considered "overbought" and could signal a pause in the rally or a pull-back in the short term.
Losses of almost 11% on the CSI300 this week have pushed its relative strength index to 14.1, suggesting it is at its most technically oversold level since the indicator was started in 2005.
The new tool is built around daily pivot points to indicate when to trade but it also uses the relative strength index (RSI), break outs and Bollinger bands:
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) on spot gold hovered just above 30, a threshold below which the underlying asset is seen to be oversold.
The stock lies close to short-term support at NOK33 and the relative strength index (RSI) diverges positively towards the share price.

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