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Kairi Relative Index

The Kairi Relative Index is a metric that traders use to to time their purchases of a stock, or to understand trends in the stock market. It measures the deviation of a stock price from the daily average price of that stock over a period of time, typically 10 to 20 days. If a stock’s price is much higher than the simple moving average of the stock over a chosen time period, the Kairi Relative Index advises you to sell your stock. If a stock’s price is much lower than the simple moving average, then the index says you should buy that stock.

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