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RSI: Understanding Divergence

In this tutorial, we explain what we mean by divergence in the context of an oscillator and go on to give examples of how to read and use divergence with the Relative Strength Index (RSI), including examples with real-world charts. We also talk about how to combine divergence, overbought/oversold signals and failure swings into one method for reading the RSI oscillator.

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