Relative strength

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Relative strength is a ratio of a stock price performance to a market average (index) performance.[1] It is used in technical analysis.

It is not to be confused with relative strength index.

To calculate the relative strength of a particular stock, divide the percentage change over some time period by the percentage change of a particular index over the same time period. [2]

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