You are Using the RSI Indicator WRONG! (RSI Trading Strategy Secrets REVEALED)

Many new traders use the Relative Strength Index (RSI) to determine overbought or oversold levels. This is wrong as RSI is a momentum indicator. In fact, using it on its own as a trading strategy is not going to help you maximize your profits. This video will help you understand exactly how to use the RSI indicator effectively.

00:00 How you are using RSI incorrectly
00:40 What is the Relative Strength Index (RSI)
01:18 Biggest Mistake When Using RSI
02:59 What is Regular (Classic) Divergence
05:25 Strategy to Trade Classic (Regular) Divergence
09:09 What is Hidden Divergence on the RSI
13:49 Tip #1 – Change the Source for More Accurate Readings
14:59 Tip #2 – How To Remove the Overbought and Oversold Settings
16:19 Divergence Tool on TradingView to Help Spot Divergences

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