Divergence is very common and useful in technical analysis. It indicates possible reversal signals when there are discrepancies between ADX and price movement.
The definition of divergence is when price and indicator move in different direction，
for instance, when price is in uptrend and reaches a higher high where the indicator is in downtrend.
Update Notes: added hidden divergence type.
A hidden divergence is where price has a higher LOW but the indicator has a relative lower value, as shown in the pic below.
There will be a 'H' drawn under a hidden bullish divergence.
A 'R' drawn under a regular bullish divergence.
There will be a 'H' drawn under a hidden bearish divergence.
A 'R' drawn under a regular bearish divergence.
What is ADX Triple Divergence?
The concept of triple divergence is intuitional, if there are three continueous divergences in a row between current High and previous Peak then it will trigger a signal.
More signals is not necessary a bad thing, but a signal (Triple Divergence) is confirmed via short, mid and long terms could be more solid.
It doesn't necessarily mean the Triple Divergence is definitely better than the normal version, they detect signals from different angles.
Please note that the number of signals is not controlled by this indicator, since it doesn't have the power to influence the market.
There is no guaranty how many signals you will see in a certain period of time. If it concerns you please purchase the 1-month trial first.
You can add new sound files to your NT8\sounds directory.
It also comes with a Market Analyzer which makes it possible to track signals within any timeframe. The input "Range" is used to check if there was a signal within the given number of bars.
You can add more than one column as different timeframes with different settings.
The following chart is a bullish ADX triple divergence.
A bearish ADX triple divergence is shown in the chart below
Why Triple Divergence? Is it better than normal divergence?
I have seen many divergence indicators on different platforms but they only check the divergence in one of the three terms, short-term, mid-term or long-term. Regular divergence indicator will not exam all three terms at the same time, but Triple Divergence is capable of completing the task.
Sometimes there are too many divergence appear in a short range for the normal divergence indicator.
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