As we all know, on TT always does not exist only one trend forever, price trend will always move in a sinusoidal line from up to down or from decrease to increase. And whether that trend exists in the short or long term is seen in a specific time period through one's own vision for a specific time frame.
To better understand the meaning of the content above, there will be 01 examples as follows:

Frame D1 shows that the downtrend is over, giving way to the current uptrend.

The H1 frame represents an uptrend that has turned sideways

The M15 shows that the uptrend is taking place of the previous downtrend.
With the above three examples of three different timeframes from high to low, we will have different perspectives on the current trend where the price is moving, so find the turning point where the RSI signals decline exhaustion of the current trend for us to enter a reasonable buy/sell order.
Therefore, the application of the current content of the RSI to enter orders and the short or long take profit is our choice at a certain time frame. And you can apply today's content for entering the trend direction (if you can not find a buyer or sell point in the previous RSI content) or hit a recovery wave (reverse the main trend).

On this H1 frame at the end of August 20, the RSI peaked at 80, then went down to create the next low, but it could not go beyond the 61 of the RSI and the price made the next high lower than the previous one. This is a sign of RSI Squeeze, but rsi kg fell to over 40, proving that the trend is still in a bullish state but it is showing a decline, exhausting buy power from the market. By early September 20, the RSI made its last peak at 50 and officially broke its bullish zone at 40 to hit 25. And this is the first sign of a severe decline in the buying power market. Continuing to progress, RSI went up again but only made the last top at 50 again and officially dropped back to 25, at the same time the price created a new bottom lower than the old one (this content I have mentioned in post motivation over RSI/price). Initially, the price going from A-B from the 50-25 level of RSI created a new low lower than the old low of the price. And this is also the first point to prove that TT is exhausted to buy in this period, but has not entered a downtrend. At this stage, there will be 2 cases occurring:
  1. Rsi goes up again to the 60 zones, but slips through it again and goes down so that the price makes a new low below the old one. This TH is mentioned above when the RSI goes up to 50 at point C and then falls back to D, which is the beginning of the downtrend.
  2. RSI surpassed the 60 levels, at the same time returned to the bottom 40 to create a new bottom higher than the bottom AB, the uptrend still continued. And the recent decline is just a temporary decline of TT.
The above is that we have two scenarios of it, and for TH1, we will enter a go Short when RSI goes back from 25 to 60 of RSI, it will break through again, at the same time peaking. New lower than the high at C. And once we have entered the order, we need to see if the next low makes a lower low at D. If it does not make a lower low, we have to close the order there because it tells us in reverse that the selling force is declining, and as it creates a lower low at D, we can hold the order until When the above case occurs, it will latch.

At TH2, when the RSI went back to over 60 (70 for example) and went down to create a higher low at the bottom at B, it is a testament to the continuing uptrend. We will wait for RSI to go one more round with the new RSI bottom higher than 40, we will enter a Go Long order.
In a nutshell, here is a brief content on how to apply the range of RSI bullish and bearish limits (review the RSI price trend view), rather than relying entirely on RSI/price divergence. The application for the fast or slow price wave is due to the timeframe we watch. The lower the timeframe is, the faster the RSI/price movement will occur. Therefore, it is recommended that you choose the appropriate time frame to apply. And understanding this content clearly, then applying it to multi-timeframe analysis will be clearer!

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