Kairi Relative Index (KRI)


An oscillating indicator used to spot relationships and track price fluctuations in trending markets. It was created in Japan by an unknown designer at an unknown date. Once popular, more popular modern indexes have since emerged. It calculates the deviation of the current price from the simple moving average as a percentage of the moving average. If the percentage is high and positive you sell, if the percentage is large and negative you buy.

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