Smoothed RSI Inverse Fisher Transform by Sylvain Vervoort

The indicator was presented by Sylvain Vervoort in the October 2010 issue of Stocks & Commodities magazine. The article was awarded with the Reader’s Choice award in 2011.

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It begins by smoothing the price curve with a “rainbow” weighted moving average.

This smoothed price curve is used to calculate a RSI, which is then smoothed with the Vervoort zero-lag exponential moving average. The resulting curve is then transformed with an inverse Fisher filter.

Codes for various platforms have been released, the attached is my MQL4 port.


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Smoothed RSI Inverse Fisher Transform by Sylvain Vervoort