Takashi Divergence (RSI) | 2nd Gen | [Alerts]

Easily highlight positive or negative divergence between price movement and RSI with Takashi-powered Divergence analysis.

Divergence strategy signals a potential reversal point because directional momentum does not confirm price. A bullish divergence occurs when the underlying market makes a lower low and RSI forms a higher low: RSI does not confirm the lower low and this shows strengthening momentum. A bearish divergence forms when the market records a higher high and RSI forms a lower high: RSI does not confirm the new high and this shows weakening momentum.

Divergence Sensitivity
Float input. Sets a threshold after when the RSI divergence is triggered.

RSI Length
Integer input. The default setting used by most traders for the RSI is 14. That means that the indicator will go back 14 periods or time frames based on the chart being used (14 days on a Daily chart , 14 hours on an hourly chart and so forth ) and make its calculation based on that.

Cross Distance
Integer input. Value from RSI that above or below 50 that classifies bullish or bearish levels. By default 15, that means the script will be checking for positive divergence when RSI is below 35 (50-15) and negative divergence when RSI is above 75 (50+15).

Use High & Low
Bool input. If true uses high and low values as RSI source.

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