RSI Forex Indicator Divergence Trading Setups - Bullish Divergence RSI and Bearish Divergence RSI
Forex Divergence is one of the trade setups used by Forex traders. It involves looking at a forex chart and one more forex technical indicator. For our example we shall use the RSI forex indicator.
To spot this forex divergence trading setup find two forex chart points at which price makes a new swing high or a new swing low but the RSI forex indicator does not, indicating a divergence between price and momentum.
RSI Forex Divergence Example:
In the forex chart below we identify two forex chart points, point A and point B (swing highs)
Then using RSI forex indicator we check the highs made by the forex RSI indicator, these are the highs that are directly below the forex Chart points A and B.
We then draw one line on the forex chart and another line on the RSI forex indicator.
RSI Divergence Forex Trading Setup - Forex Divergence Trading using RSI Indicator - Bullish Divergence RSI and Bearish Divergence RSI
How to spot forex divergence
In order to spot this forex divergence trading setup we look for the following:
HH = Higher High - two highs but the last one is higher
LH = Lower High - two highs but the last one is lower
HL = Higher Low - two lows but the last one is higher
LL = Lower Low - two lows but the last one is lower
First let us look at the illustrations of these forex trading terms
Divergence Forex Trading Terms - RSI Bullish Divergence vs RSI Bearish Divergence
Forex Divergence Trading Terms Definition Examples - Bullish Divergence and Bearish Divergence RSI
There are two types of forex divergence trading setups:
- Classic Divergence
- Hidden Divergence