Relative Rotation Graph (RRG) Charts

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 //**Note:** Both "​Relative Rotation Graph(tm)"​ and "​RRG(tm)"​ are registered trademarks of [[https://​www.relativerotationgraphs.com/​|RRG Research]].//​ //**Note:** Both "​Relative Rotation Graph(tm)"​ and "​RRG(tm)"​ are registered trademarks of [[https://​www.relativerotationgraphs.com/​|RRG Research]].//​
  
-RRG charts differ from most other financial charts in that the horizontal axis does not represent time. An RRG chart is a scatter plot, with [[cs>chart_school:​chart_analysis:​rrg_charts#​jdk_rs-ratio|de Kempenaer'​s Relative Strength Ratio indicator]] as the horizontal axis and [[cs>chart_school:​chart_analysis:​rrg_charts#​jdk_rs-momentum|his Relative Strength Momentum indicator]] as the vertical axis.+RRG charts differ from most other financial charts in that the horizontal axis does not represent time. An RRG chart is a scatter plot, with [[cs>​chart_analysis:​rrg_charts#​jdk_rs-ratio|de Kempenaer'​s Relative Strength Ratio indicator]] as the horizontal axis and [[cs>​chart_analysis:​rrg_charts#​jdk_rs-momentum|his Relative Strength Momentum indicator]] as the vertical axis.
  
 Here's an example of an RRG chart: Here's an example of an RRG chart:
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 As you can see in the example above, stocks typically progress through the quadrants in a clockwise manner. The color of each line is determined by the color of the quadrant where the line ends. The width of each stock'​s line is determined by the ending dot's distance from the center of the plot. As you can see in the example above, stocks typically progress through the quadrants in a clockwise manner. The color of each line is determined by the color of the quadrant where the line ends. The width of each stock'​s line is determined by the ending dot's distance from the center of the plot.
  
-For more on interpreting RRG charts, please see [[cs>chart_school:​chart_analysis:​rrg_charts|our ChartSchool article]] on the topic. You can also read more about RRG charts in [[https://​stockcharts.com/​articles/​rrg|Julius de Kempenaer'​s blog]].+For more on interpreting RRG charts, please see [[cs>​chart_analysis:​rrg_charts|our ChartSchool article]] on the topic. You can also read more about RRG charts in [[https://​stockcharts.com/​articles/​rrg|Julius de Kempenaer'​s blog]].
  
 ===== Free vs. Members-Only RRG Features ===== ===== Free vs. Members-Only RRG Features =====
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 By default, RRG charts use weekly data in their calculations. Members can change the chart so that it uses daily data using the "​Periods"​ dropdown above the chart. ​ By default, RRG charts use weekly data in their calculations. Members can change the chart so that it uses daily data using the "​Periods"​ dropdown above the chart. ​
  
-For more details on comparing and interpreting weekly vs. daily RRG charts, see [[cs>chart_school:​chart_analysis:​rrg_charts#​weekly_versus_daily|our ChartSchool article on RRG Charts]].+For more details on comparing and interpreting weekly vs. daily RRG charts, see [[cs>​chart_analysis:​rrg_charts#​weekly_versus_daily|our ChartSchool article on RRG Charts]].
  
 ==== Resizing an RRG Chart ==== ==== Resizing an RRG Chart ====