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Anyone have Connors RSI?

Does anyone have the "Connors RSI" calculation already coded up? 

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At the moment, Lean does not provide Connor's RSI.
I have created a GitHub issue: Implement Connor's RSI #2678 and hopefully, it will be part of the supported indicators soon.

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Thanks Alexandre.

It's not extremely complicated, but it is out of my skill set right now, The logic is simple, and I have the thinkorswim script for it if that helps anyone here to code it.

ConnorsRSI consists of three components:
a. Short term Relative Strength, i.e., RSI(3).
b. Counting consecutive up and down days (streaks) and “normalizing” the data using RSI(streak,2). The result is a bounded, 0-100  indicator.
c. Magnitude of the move (percentage-wise) in relation to previous moves. This is measured using the percentRank() function.

The formula given is:
ConnorsRSI(3,2,100) = [ RSI(Close,3) + RSI(Streak,2) + PercentRank(percentMove,100) ] / 3

I'm not that good of a programmer to port this to python yet, although I'm trying to learn.

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