There are many valuable ways to look at Relative Strength; some of my favorite are patterns of strength and weakness, and big RS movers over short periods. The movers list also gives clues of rotation through large point moves and clustering. This is just a starting place for your research, so get to it!
The explanation of my methodology is here
(All market data above are derived from Stockcharts.com, Esignal, and Reutersdatalink)
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