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Adaptive RSI -- Volatility method

The indicator on the top is the conventional Wilder RSI period 14, level 70 and 30. The indicator on the bottom is Adaptive RSI, volatility period 60, level 80 and 20. We can see Adaptive RSI gives more over bought/sold signals than standard RSI, even though the levels in Adaptive RSI are larger than conventional RSI.

Adaptive RSI -- Swing method

The indicator on the top is the conventional Wilder RSI period 14, level 70 and 30. The indicator on the bottom is Adaptive RSI, swing count 5, level 80 and 20. We can see Adaptive RSI gives same amount of over bought/sold signals as standard RSI, while the levels in Adaptive RSI are larger than conventional RSI.

Adaptive RSI -- Symmetry ZigZag method

The indicator on the top is the conventional Wilder RSI period 14, level 70 and 30. The indicator on the bottom is Adaptive RSI, symmetry ZigZag depth 5 and count 5, level 80 and 20.

Adaptive RSI -- Up Down Balance method

The indicator on the top is the conventional Wilder RSI period 14, level 70 and 30. The indicator on the bottom is Adaptive RSI, up down balance period 40, level 80 and 20. We can see Adaptive RSI gives quite a lot of over bought/sold signals. So the up down balance may be suitable for scalping.

Adaptive RSI -- Variable method

The indicator on the top is the conventional Wilder RSI period 14, level 70 and 30. The indicator on the bottom is Adaptive RSI, Variable method 9, 14, 0.5, level 80 and 20.

Adaptive RSI -- Fractal method

The indicator on the top is the conventional Wilder RSI period 14, level 70 and 30. The indicator on the bottom is Adaptive RSI, Fractal method 14, 21, level 80 and 20.

Adaptive RSI -- Volatility method with price ptMean1221

The indicator on the top is the conventional Wilder RSI period 14, level 70 and 30. The indicator on the bottom is Adaptive RSI, Volatility period 60, level 80 and 20, the applied price type is set to ptMean1221, which is John Ehlers RSI smoothing method. We can see Adaptive RSI is much much smoother than conventional RSI, and still gives more over bought/sold signals than standard RSI, even though the levels in Adaptive RSI are larger than conventional RSI.

Adaptive RSI -- Volatility method, price type ptMean1221 VS Close

The indicator on the top is Adaptive RSI, Volatility period 60, level 80 and 20, the applied price type is set to ptMean1221, which is John Ehlers RSI smoothing method. The indicator on the bottom is Adaptive RSI, Volatility period 60, the applied price type is default Close. The result is very interesting. The smoothed Adaptive RSI is not only much smoother but also gives more over bought/sold signals!