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Chapter I: Divergence and market psychology

I.1. Trend strength
Look at the following scheme.

1. Buyers believe that the trend has recovered, or a new trend has begun and they want to make
money. So they open long positions and drive the price higher. The trend accelerates as more
buyers jump into the market.
2. When the buyers take profits, the trend weakens. Buyers still dominate, but they calm down
because they are afraid that the trend is coming to the end.
3. When there are no more buyers in the market, the trend is going to reverse. Sellers dominate.
Our goal is to find the point where the trend is so weak that it is probably going to reverse.
A good tool helping us to measure the character of the trend is the RSI indicator (Relative Strength

“When the RSI rises above 70, the market is considered to be overbought. When the RSI falls below 30,
the market is considered to be oversold.” This is a good old story, but we will use the RSI indicator
another way.