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msg #44243
Ignore clam61
5/26/2006 6:50:23 PM

Positive divergence: RSI is making higher lows and price is making lower lows. Bullish sign

Negative divergence: RSI is making lower highs, and price is making higher highs. Bearish sign.

What about this. Is this significant?

1. RSI making lower low, but price lows are equal or increasing.
2. RSI making higher highs, but price highs are the same or decreasing

2,824 posts
msg #44247
Ignore nikoschopen
5/26/2006 7:31:44 PM


I applaud your enthusiasm for higher understanding, but your time and effort will be better spent if you do some actual reading. There are countless books on the subject of technical analysis, of which you might want to start with some of the household names like Martin Pring, John Murphy, and the like. If you would like a more comprehensive listing of authors and titles, I would be happy to oblige.

With regards to the above question, query Google for "hidden divergence".

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msg #44262
Ignore clam61
5/26/2006 11:08:40 PM

yes please any and all info is welcome

thanks for your help

awesome! i searched for hidden divergence and found soem great info.

every day after i daytrade i print out the chart along with indicators and study and try to notice pattersn in indicators and candles around missed opportunities and mistakes i had.

this "hidden divergence" is something that i noticed, but since i have only been doing this for about a week i was not sure if what i noticed was a coincidence or not.

it makes sense, however, from the perspective that RSI is trying to gauge momentum.

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msg #44275
Ignore nikoschopen
5/27/2006 3:16:00 PM

Here's a brief list of writers who have become household names among the community of techies, or so I'm told. At any rate, the list ain't exhaustive but I chose the most pertinent books (methinks) that should be pleasing enough to whet ure appetite.

Jack D. Schwager
-Technical Analysis
-Getting Started in Technical Analysis

John J. Murphy
Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets

Martin Pring
-Introduction to Technical Analysis
-Technical Analysis Explained

Bruce M. Kamich
How Technical Analysis Works

Robert D. Edwards & John Magee
Technical Analysis of Stock Trends

Richard W. Schabacker
Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits

Thomas N. Bulkowski
-Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns
-Trading Classic Chart Patterns

Steven B. Achelis
Technical Analysis from A to Z (can be accessed free from the Internet)

Steve Nison
-Japanese Candlestick Charting
-Beyond Candlesticks : New Japanese Charting Techniques Revealed

2,025 posts
msg #44288
Ignore alf44
5/27/2006 6:36:55 PM

...nice list...

I own most of those myself !

I have a few I could add also...if there's interest.



2,824 posts
msg #44296
Ignore nikoschopen
5/27/2006 7:06:06 PM


I believe everyone should pitch in to the above list. This will help the neophytes and the seasoned pro alike.

21 posts
msg #44360
Ignore poindexter
5/29/2006 7:04:12 AM

On Swing Trading - Dave Landry

O'Neil, William J. - How to Make Money in Stocks

Alan Farley - The Master Swing Trader

Fischer, Robert - Fibonacci Applications & Strategies For Traders

Ross, Joe - Trading by the Book

Come in to My Trading Room - Dr. Alexander Elder

Street Smarts - Raschke & Connors

2,025 posts
msg #44365
Ignore alf44
5/29/2006 11:35:37 AM

...well...a few I like (in addition to the nice list(s) already posted) include:

Trader Vic - Methods of a Wall Street Master by Vic Sperandeo

The Stock Trader - How I Make a Living Trading Stocks by Tony Oz

The NASDAQ Trader's Toolkit by Rogan LaBier

Better Stock Trading - Money and Risk Management by Daryl Guppy

Long Term Secrets To Short-Term Trading by Larry Williams

The Trader's Edge by Grant Noble

Market Wizards by Jack D. Schwager

New Market Wizards by Jack D. Schwager

These are not really Technical Analysis books per se...but good reads nevertheless...



2,824 posts
msg #44392
Ignore nikoschopen
5/29/2006 9:45:27 PM

I've just created a separate thread for this topic in the general forum.

184 posts
msg #44394
Ignore as214
5/29/2006 9:57:31 PM

1. The little blue book that beats the market by Joel Greenblatt

2. The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham

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