before i start, divergences are not the meat of my trading. i've just been playing around with them to see if they help. anyway, for a while i thought divergences were cool. i'm talking about a divergence between price and some indicator. for example, price makes a higher high, but the indicator makes a lower high. but you can find a divergence at just about any time. you can do this by using multiple indicators or changing the settings of an indicator. when you realize that the divergence basically just depends on if you set your CCI to 6, 9, 12, or whatever, does it really mean anything?! sure, sometimes you might make a good trade, but was it really due to a 14, 9, 16 stochastic divergence or something?!?! i kinda doubt it. BTW, some people will probably reply saying not to use a divergence ALONE. i already know this. i'm still putting into question if the divergence really means ANYTHING since you can find one at any time by changing indicators or the settings of an indicator.