With all the buzz about the RSI2 lately (too many links to post), I thought I'd explore the trading opportunities when the RSI2 breaks out of an oversold or overbought range, as defined by a moving average. One of the problems with the RSI2 is that oversold or overbought conditions, as measured by the RSI2 can continue for some time, thereby frustrating traders who jump the gun with their entries. In previously profiled systems like the Grand Slam series (see BZB Dirty Dozen systems on the right panel of the blog) we used the "cross above" and "cross below" signals to trigger the trades. . .with respectable results. This system is a bit different in that it uses a moving average of the RSI2 indicator as a baseline and then looks for crosses above and below that MA line to trigger the trades. While not wildly successful, the results are certainly encouraging of further work in this direction and when added to the larger Kit of Parts systems, including the KOP10 and KOP16, to provide a nice confirmation.