Reverse Divergence in a Trading Range

According to Martin J. Pring 1997, sometimes, the reverse divergence patterns develops in a trading range environment as following. The issue is these patterns is uncommon if compare to regular and hidden divergence.

Occasionally, a reverse divergence develops while the market is in a trading range. Here, the price is trading up against a resistance trendline, and each peak is at the same level. However, the oscillator is not constrained by a horizontal trendline and makes a higher peak toward the end of the trading range. This type of reverse divergence is typically followed by a trend reversal.
During a bottoming process, a reverse divergence occurs when the price keeps falling to the same level of support, but somewhere along the line, the oscillator falls to a new low.

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