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This version of the Relative Strength Index is designed to visualize and mark Support and Resistance conditions on the Relative Strength Index (RSI) itself, and leaving behind those known dynamic support and resistance (S/R) zones.

For me the RSI who's been a very powerful tool but one of the things that's been missing from it time and time again is the ability to show true dynamic support and resistance that is generated by the movements of the RSI.

It also has the ability during live marks to show you whether the majority of momentum is to the bullish or bearish side and if there is a conflict between the current momentum and the support or resistance zone that you are inside of. In short it will create the zones during live market.
This means you don't have to wait to only look at previous values you can also make an assessment during live breakouts on current support and resistance levels as well as using previous support and resistance levels as markers for any limits in movement.

Check out this HOW TO video for a quick look at just one of the strategies to use it


Inputs Tab:
Show Dynamic Zone Creator - Gives you a live action SR Generator on your chart at your current bars which extends a bit into the future for a better visual sense of activity.
The color of this area can be set manually or you can let the script color this area automatically.
This Generator helps to plot Support and Resistance Zones on your chart.
If no zone is triggered then it will move on.
If a zone is triggered, it will change to the appropriate color and leave the zone behind as the new candles form.

Show Dynamic Zone Mid Level - This is just a midline of the Zone Creator to get an earlier visualization of what's happening inside the zone when it is very large.
I use this midline as a breakpoint when price and RSI values come back to this level and both break it. If only ONE breaks the level, I do not take it as a confirmation.

Extend RSI support and resistance boxes into the future - this is strictly up to the user which value you set. It will simply extend the zones that were left behind into the future as many bars as you choose. Depending on the chart or asset that you trade and how much volatility there is at the time you should be able to determine a good length for these boxes.

How many bars reflect the dynamic S/R zone - raising this value can overlap more zones using more bars going backwards. This can intensify the color of the current zone being created. The lowest value you should use is 2. But the higher you make this value you will also be able to see previous zones created with more intensity. Raising this value above the RSI value can give you a very nice previous depletion of color on previous zones where you'll be able to watch them fade away and it will intensify the current ones being created.

Only show this many previous support and resistance zones - this is a way to limit the number of zones that are being left behind on your chart which could possibly slow down the activity of calculations and how your chart moves with more indicators on it. Technically you can show 400 to 500 previous zones on your chart but you don't really need to see that many in the past so set this to something that is relative to how far in history you need to reference SR levels.


-------------Lets talk about how to take trades and see false breakouts.-------------
Support Created, Not broken, False Breakout
In the image below you can see how the Dynamic Zone Generator left behind a Support Level however the RSI was unable to break above it.
This creates a price swing on the chart.
The RSI later comes back to this level, however while price breaks this level, the RSI does not.
This confirms that it is a false breakout.

Now lets take a look at what a confirmed breakout is for a short along with a Continuation of short move. This is quickly followed by a divergence.
In the image below you can see how the RSI was in its ranging area and broke below that range. In this case it would be be below -10. During this time it never created a support level or resistance level underneath it implicating that it has continuous movement.
You can see later that when it broke back inside of the range did not go long instead there was a red resistance area created below the RSI. The RSI then again broke below -10 and it broke through this resistance area below it indicating another quick short entry. This is the setup for a quick continuation. Be careful of these setups as they are usually followed quickly by a divergence.

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The Dynamic Zone Creator takes its time to calculate. It cant predict the future so you'll have to just let it do its thing. Once the candles close and they confirm, you'll have the color, and zone size you need.
The Dynamic Zone Creator works against your currently OPEN candles.
It will give you a high and a low area of a zone which you can use in later points of the oscillator to determine if you have valid breakouts and or bounces of price and momentum.
When set to automatic coloring, its zone background and midline will automatically change their colors to match the momentum of the RSI and price.
If there is no support or resistance found, the Zone Creator will simply move onto the next candles in play.
If there IS support or resistance found, the Zone Creator will leave behind a phantom zone or Support or Resistance.
Keep in mind these zones left behind will turn into opposing Support or Resistance depending on if price and momentum break these areas simultaneously.

Now added "The RSI Breaker"
This is essentially the high timeframe support and resistance reversal zone for the RSI.
Once this is created, you can watch as your RSI returns to this level for an almost dead stop.
This is a high probability area for price action to go the other way.
This zone also has a sensitivity level which you can adjust to smooth out for more accuracy.
Lower sensitivity is showing more zone but less accurate.
Higher sensitivity shows less zones with higher accuracy of reversals.

UPDATE 2:
Custom Color your RSI based on Bullish or Bearish momentum.
or
Set it to use a standard single color.

UPDATE 3:
Change your RSI line width and your RSI Moving Average Width separately for more visibility.