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Currently, we offer 2 indicators: Buy Sell v6 and Divergence
Technical Analysis Buy-Sell v6 Indicator
- Automatically determines: trend, support and resistance levels, coloring Relative Strength Index for easier analysis
- Suggest best possible entries and exits based on strategies
- Works with 3 different strategies: Buy/Cover at Support(blue triangle up) and Sell/Short at resistance (blue triangle down), Breakout from consolidation (orange), Bounce from strong support/resistance (green).
- Automatically determines all types of Divergences and suggests best Entries for Long and Short.
- Filter by Extreme price movement
- Filter by price action Consolidation
Divergence is when market price disagrees with indicators action. There are three types of divergence: regular, hidden and exaggerated.
Regular divergence is the best-known type of divergence. It is a trend reversal divergence. We must view to the peaks of price and indicators. The regular divergence is, when price makes high, higher high, but the indicator shows high after that lower high for a short signal. For a buy signal price makes low and after that lower low, but the indicator shows low and higher low.
Hidden divergence is a trend following divergence. Like a regular divergence, it can show for sell or buy signal. Hidden divergence occurs, when the price makes high, after that lower high but indicator shows high and higher high for a short signal. For buy signal price makes a low and higher low, but the indicator shows low and lower low.
Exaggerated divergence is similar to regular divergence. The difference from regular is, that price makes two tops or two bottoms. The first top or bottom on price is similar to the second top or bottom, but the indicator shows these tops very different first to second. Exaggerated divergence very often is a counter-trend divergence, but it also can be a trend following divergence. For example, when a market is a bull market, the price can do low, similar low, but the indicator shows low and much higher low.
Backtesting using TradingView strategy tester. We use strong fundamental stocks watchlist that screened using our criteria for technical analysis.
Here you can find a link to download backtest results in Excel format for part of our watchlist: