RVI is an abbreviation for Relative Volatility Index, which is a relative volatility index.
It is used to determine if market volatility is increasing or decreasing. RVI is also used in charts for stocks, exchanges and commodity futures.

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The most commonly used RVI parameters are 10 and 14 days.
RVI judges the direction of volatility by observing the movement that usually changes between 1.0 and -1.0 with “0” as the standard. From the perspective of volatility, we will plan trading timing based on the 0 line.

The signal line is a smoothed RVI moving average with a 4-day (general) cycle, and the golden cross and dead cross can be applied to this signal line and RVI line. The golden cross is a buy signal and the dead cross is a sell signal.

Buy Signal

  • When the RVI line breaks above 0
  • When the RVI line breaks above the signal line

Sell Signal

  • When the RVI line breaks below 0
  • When the RVI line breaks below the signal line


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