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Julius de Kempenaer

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.
Julius de Kempenaer

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. 
Recently I have been picking up some work that I had done in the past with regard to plotting (sector) breadth data on Relative Rotation Graphs.You ca
In the 4/14/20 episode of my show "Sector Spotlight", which airs every Tuesday at 10.30am ET, on StockchartsTV. I talked about plotting breadth data o
On this episode of Sector Spotlight, I perform an in-depth overview of asset class rotations, finding that RRG still suggests a cautious approach for
No matter what sort of general market regime we are in, there are always a few that go the other direction.From 2017 to 2019, when the S&P surged, GE
Relative Rotation Graphs can show many different relationships. They do not necessarily have to come from regular price data-series like stocks or ind
On this episode of Sector Spotlight, I demonstrate how you can create UDIs to plot pairs, as well as how to use breadth data for sectors on RRG. In ad
$248.94... That was the high for GS, set on Jan 17/2020. Two months later, on Mar 19/2020, a low was reached at $130.85. The stock is almost halved...
Recently I received a message asking if Relative Rotation Graphs would be useful for tracking Mutual Funds. My answer: Of course they are!Pricing of M
On this episode of Sector Spotlight, I take a look at sector rotation on monthly charts (since it is the first Tuesday of the month). In addition, I a
Tails that rotate from the leading quadrant into weakening and then back into leading always have my attention. The reason for that is that securities
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