Regular divergence is kind of Signal Trend which showing at the graph. Regular divergence possesses both Bullish and Bearish types.
Regular Bullish Divergence
If the price moves to a lower low (LL), but the oscillator shows higher Lows(HL), it is a typical Bullish Divergence. This regularly occurs at the end of the descending trend. When the oscillator effects to the creation of a new low point after the second bottom, this means momentum of the price will rise.
The following is a graph which shows a regular Bullish Divergence.
Regular Bearish Divergence
Now, if the price moves a higher high(HH), but the oscillator is lower high(LH), it is a regular Bearish Divergence. These divergences can be showing in upward movements, and if the oscillator shows a lower high(LH), after shows the second higher high(HH), this can be estimated to the opposite or drop in price. The oscillator’s signal applies to create a starting point of momentum by entering a higher high(HH) or lower low(LL).