March 24, 2016
I was sitting in a coffee shop in Knoxville, Tennessee. Just me and my computer - building a brand new indicator.
That was 2012.
On my fourth cup of coffee (an Americano), the caffeine kicked in and I had an epiphany: And the Knoxville Divergence indicator was born.
Ever since that day, I've been using Knoxville Divergence to find high-probability trades. Once you get the hang of it, I think you'll love finding trades on your favorite stocks, futures - even FX and Crypto.
THE MOVIE: MY FAVORITE INDICATOR: THE KNOXVILLE INDICATOR
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