Stock market momentum is measured by several techniques, and the Relative Strength Index (or RSI) is one of the most popular. It’s a momentum-based oscillator and is a widely used technical analysis tool. It was introduced by J. Wells Wilder in New Concepts In Trading Systems. RSI compares recent upwards movements to recent downwards movements in the closing price of a stock.
This excel file calculates RSI for given 100-day stock data for any desired RSI Interval.

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