Sentimental RSI helps shorter term discretionary Traders to prepare for their trading decision. It doesn’t gives buy or sell signals but guides you to focus on the right side of the trade most of the time especially when your holding period is for 2-3 days.
Just like any other indicator, it has whipsaws but responsive and smooth compared to the traditional RSI where the noise factor reduces and helps you to focus on mean reversion trades.
The Color Transition from Red to Yellow indicates possible mean reversion from negative to a positive trend
The Color Transition from Green to Blue indicates possible mean reversion from positive to the negative trend
The Color Transition from Yellow to Green indicates possible positive trend continuation.
The Color Transition from Green to Blue indicates possible negative trend continuation.
Indicator suits to understand the underlying sentiment on the higher timeframes like 4h, Daily. Helps you to understand the underlying trend setup during your pre-trade analysis.
Tradingview Pinescript Code for Sentimental RSI
// This source code is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public License 2.0 at https://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/ // © marketcalls_in // Coded By Rajandran R - Founder - Marketcalls / Co-Founder Algomojo //@version=4 study(title="Sentimental Smooth RSI") source = hlc3, length = input(7, minval=1) hullma = wma(2*wma(source, length/2)-wma(source, length), round(sqrt(length))) hrsi = rsi(hullma,length) bcolor = iff( hrsi-50 > 0, iff( hrsi > nz(hrsi), color.lime, color.red), iff( hrsi < nz(hrsi), color.red, color.lime)) plot(hrsi-50, color=bcolor, title="Smoothed RSI", style=plot.style_histogram, linewidth=4)