The RS (Relative Strength) concept
"Relative Strength" or RS is a widely used concept in technical analysis to compare the price performance of one security against the price performance of another security in order to choose which one of the two is to prefer over the other.
Construction of Relative Rotation Graphs
The construction of Relative Rotation Graphs is based on a scatter plot. The video at the end of the post shows the rotation through the various stages on the plot, with a short explanation for every stage.
Can Relative Rotation Graphs be back tested?Or, what is the track-record for RRG? These are probably the two most frequently asked questions si...
In this post I want to share a video with you that shows Charles Brown of CB3 Financial group based in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
On Saturday 23 January I was the guest of Chip Anderson in his bi-weekly show "ChartWatchers Live" hosted by StockCharts.com. The subject for my ...
I recently wrote an article on my StockCharts.com blog which explains how to fill a Relative Rotation Graph with the members of a specific secto
Last week my eye fell on a tweet by Corey Hofstein of Newfound Research. Behind the link I found a thorough piece of research on the evolution of mome
As of last Saturday 19 July 2014 StockCharts.com launched Relative Rotation Graphs as part of their web-based charting services.
When studying relative strength and sector rotation by using Relative Rotation Graphs it is usually clearly visible that all the elements on the plot are more or less evenly spread around the benchmark (positioned) in the center.
Every once in a while I scan the internet to see mentions of RRG or Relative Rotation Graphs.