As Relative Rotation Graphs are a visualisation method there are no fixed trading rules. It is best to compare a RRG with a regular chart. A very aggressive trader may want to buy a 5-bar breakout while a more conservative trader would like to buy a 20-bar breakout.
Interpretation on RRGs is the same. A very aggressive trader may want to look for buying (relative) opportunities when securities cross into the top-left 'improving' quadrant while more conservative traders may want to wait until the security reaches the top-right 'leading' quadrant.
RRG discussion and support forum
This forum is dedicated to Relative Rotation Graphs and is your resource for all your questions, suggestions and feedback. We love to hear from you. The forum has several sub-categories. The FAQ is a closed forum where you can read answers to some most Frequently Asked Questions on RRG. RRG General is the area where you can post and get answers with regard to general RRQ questions or issues. RRG on partner systems is where you will find and can ask any questions specifically geared towards the implementations of RRG by our partners
- Julius de Kempenaer
- RRG FAQ
- Tuesday, 15 October 2013