I guess you probably meant "RSI divergence" (although you're right, they look as if they were converging on a chart)? :-) However, I find this chart much better for a bullish setup. Now I see your point. Sure, you can be bullish based on that, although you're trading rather on the D1 chart than an H4. I was asking you, only because on H4 the trend is still down and I use the rallies only to enter short in this kind of market conditions. This pair still hasn't reached your yellow dotted trend line, which, I expect, it might do sooner or later.
My navigation instruments are saying the high voltage barrier is at roughly 1.4757. If it fails, the next one is at 1.48. Above it there's nothing special until 1.494-1.495 that's where an even stronger resistance lies in wait.
Anyway, it doesn't matter who turns out to be right or wrong on a particular trade posted here. One trade doesn't matter - what matters is the strategy and its long-term performance. I consider every post on tradingview as a sample of someone's trading strategy. And every sample, even coming from the best-in-the-world strategy, contains some losers next to the winners. So, if your posted trade idea ends up with a profit - you're happy, but if with a loss - it doesn't necessarily mean that your strategy sucks, but that it just happened to be one of those losing trades, nothing more.