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RSI divergence trading example 2014

RSI Divergence Trading Examples for 2014

RSI Divergence Trading Examples can help show you one of the most important ways stock traders use the Relative Strength Index (RSI) to ┬ámake more money and reduce risk when investing and trading in stocks. So…

In this blog post I’ll show you some actionable RSI divergence trading examples that have stood out to me lately. These recent and relatively current stock ideas will show you some real time examples of RSI divergences.

And when you’re done reviewing the charts below you should have a much firmer grasp of how trading RSI divergences works in practice. Sound good?

Charts of RSI Divergence Trading Examples in 2014:

Take a look at the stock charts below to see some real life examples of RSI divergences. These are happening on major liquid stocks and are available for all to see. I pulled these charts from stockcharts.com, where anybody can hunt for RSI divergences free. Take a look…

Bed Bath and Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) RSI Divergence Example:

BBBY 2014 RSI Divergence Example

BBBY is a mainstream example of RSI divergences in 2014.

Renewable Energy Group Inc (NASDAQ:REGI) RSI Divergence Example:

REGI 2014 RSI Divergence Example

Sometimes RSI Divergences line up with key events. REGI is experiencing an RSI divergence while completing a controversial acquisition.

IamGold Inc (NYSE:IAG) RSI Divergence Example:

IAG 2014 Positive RSI Divergence

IAG might be an example of a longer-term RSI divergence in 2014.

As you can see from the charts above, there are many mainstream stocks on publicly traded exchanges that serve as great examples of RSI divergences you can swing trade. But there’s one more thing about trading RSI divergences that I should point out…

Trading Bearish and Bullish RSI Divergence Examples:

Now even though the examples above are bullish, you should know that RSI divergences can be traded to the upside or the downside too. So…

Just like the above positive RSI divergences show stocks that are potentially bottoming, a negative divergence can also indicate a potential top in either a particular stock, or even a market index like the S&P-500 or Nasdaq. Make sense?

Of course:

Not all RSI divergences resolve correctly. But it’s another useful indicator you can add to your toolkit to help you tilt the odds in your favor. I find it works especially well when volume patterns support the RSI trends. Now let me ask you…

Do you have any RSI divergence trading examples to share?