Welcome to the second part where I am explaining how you can use divergence with some tips and tricks I have learnt over the years to pinpoint market turning points with high accuracy. 

In the part 1 (price swing prediction) we discussed standard divergence and what to look for with your preferred indicator to spot this setup. Now its time to dig a little further and see how deep the rabbit hole goes! 

High Probability Divergence Setups!

Through years of trial and error I have discovered what works and what does not. Divergence by itself is a bit hit and miss, you never really know if the divergence will play ball or not. This is probably why many traders give it a try then decide to leave it for something 'supposedly' better. Sadly, they didn't know how close they were to the pot of gold!


Hello traders,

Today I would like to show you a technique that is valid for all currency pairs and all time frames (my group in the bank tend to use it mostly on the Daily and Weekly charts to avoid market choppy noise). The name of this strategy is the Breakout, Congestion and Continuation pattern, and it’s a high probability setup given the right circumstances. If you master this technique, you could achieve a 75% to 80% win/loss ratio!

The key concepts are the universal pattern of any currency pair : continuation pattern after a strong momentum breakouts of key Support / Resistance levels, using candlestick formation made by 3 consecutive candles.

Search for the pattern only upon the breakout of a significant horizontal level of support / resistance 

The pattern : You must see a solid breakout candle breaking through the Support / Resistance level

Don't trade if you get "shaky" breakout candles


Have you ever wished you had an indicator that would predict a price swings in advance? Well chances are you already do, it's just that you have yet to discover how to harness its power. 
Confused? Don't worry it will become clear! 
I'm not a big advocate of indicators, I do use some common indicators in my trading but all indicators have a major flaw when it comes to trade entries. Indicators follow historic price and consequently are always lagging behind price. However there is a technique to use selected indicators in relation to price structure, which can give you an accurate leading indication of when price will turn!