Chande Momentum Oscillator & Connors RSI Indicator

by | Dec 6, 2020

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When trading crypto assets, it is crucial to recognize market conditions. Crypto traders will use several technical analysis tools at the same time to better understand market conditions. In this blog, we will discuss two technical indicators, the Chande Momentum Oscillator & Connors RSI Indicator, which help crypto traders make better trading decisions in markets like BTC & ETH.

Chande Momentum Oscillator

Tushar Chande created the Chande Momentum oscillator with the primary goal of supporting crypto traders to distinguish the direction of the market and whether the crypto market is in an overbought or oversold state by depicting the momentum of crypto assets. Since the Chande Momentum is an oscillator indicator, it is sanctioned to be comparable to the RSI. Like with any other oscillator indicator, the Chande Momentum oscillator additionally has an uncertainty point at zero ranging from negative one hundred to one hundred. Below you can find the calculation of CMO: 

Calculation

CMO=100x(Up-Down)/(Up+Down)

Up is the amount of favourable variations over a specified period (bar period)

Down is the amount of negative changes over a specified period (bar period.

Since the Chande Momentum is based on alteration, it mirrors the crypto market movements. Suppose the market is shifting downwards while the Chande Momentum curve is climbing upwards. In that case, the crypto market will modify and begin trending upwards in the corresponding path as the Chande Momentum. On the contrary, if the crypto market is going up while the Chande Momentum is drifting downwards, then the crypto market will convert and begin going down in the corresponding path as the Chande Momentum oscillator.

Connors RSI 

Chande Momentum & Connors RSI Indicator on HyperTrader

The Connors RSI is a technical indicator formed by Larry Connors. The Connors RSI is composed of three distinct elements, the Relative Strength Index, the Up/Down Length of the market, and the Rate of Change. These three elements operate together to generate a momentum oscillator used by crypto traders to make short-term trading choices.

Essentially, the Connors RSI can be a valuable trading tool for crypto traders that can use it to build intra-day trading strategies with a great chance of a successful trade. Trading flags are created based on trading indicator interpretations that occur within zero and one hundred values. If the Connor RSI reads beneath five recommends that the digital asset prices are in an oversold state, a buy signal; on the contrary, if the Connor RSI indicator is higher than ninety-five, it proposes that the digital asset prices are overbought, a sell signal. Overall, the Connors RSI is a valuable trading tool that crypto traders can use to assemble intra-day trading strategies with desirable risk/reward ratios and a high chance of a successful trade.

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