Bullish Divergence
December 8, 2021
December 8, 2021

Bearish Divergence

Bearish divergence is a divergence where the chart moves up, showing an uptrend, but the oscillator moves down. The most powerful divergence is considered to be when the oscillator is in the overbought zone.

With a bearish divergence, the asset price may reverse and start to fall after the rise.

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