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Andrew Cardwell, president of Cardwell Financial Group, Inc., began his trading career in 1978 as a broker with McCormick Commodities. In 1981, Andrew left the brokerage business to devote his time to the study of technical analysis and to develop a trading program and model around the Relative Strength Index. Today, he directs the trading of the Cardwell Financial Group managed account program, and provides daily commentaries and trading recommendations on his web site The Cardwell Financial Group (located at cardwellfg.com). Andrew has taught his RSI course to individual traders, brokers, money managers, and technical analysts from the United States, Europe, Latin America, and the Far East. He is a sought-after lecturer who has presented at numerous worldwide industry conferences. From 1990 to 1992, he provided weekly market commentary for the Financial News Network via telephone and guest appearances. He has also appeared on CNBC, providing opinions based on his RSI experience. His articles have been published in Futures magazine and by Knight Ridder News Service, and he has been featured in the Commodity Traders Consumer Reports “Trader Profile” series.

Here's one of Andrew Cardwell's recent presentations.

The Relative Strength Index Explained


Expert: Andrew Cardwell
Type: PDF Workbook MP3 Audio
Running Time: 90 minutes
Workbook Length: 34 pages
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Devised by Welles Wilder in 1977, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) is one of the best known of the technical indicators. RSI is a momentum oscillator measuring the rate of price change. RSI can help a trader identify where price is overextended in one direction or another; these levels are generally accepted as overbought or oversold. Optimally, the trader enters the market when the price is low and exits when the price is high. The RSI is much more than a simple overbought/oversold indicator. It can be used to anticipate trend change and identify high profit, low risk trade opportunities.

Andrew shares with you his approach to using RSI to identify trend and trend change, and setting price objectives based on RSI patterns. Andrew also discusses numerous examples and applications of the RSI in a variety of markets, including stocks, financials, metals, currencies, and commodities. The applications and principles he cites are those used to find trading opportunities with minimum profit objectives of $1,000-$2,000.

Using a building block process, Andrew helps you gain further insight and a better perspective into the markets and market behavior. This session helps you develop your trader’s knowledge and confidence — two key traits for trading success. Andrew’s concept of positive and negative reversal patterns gives traders the confidence needed to enter a market with conviction.


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