Yes, hidden divergence - this is what I call "reverse" divergence because the indicator/oscillator is making HHs or LLs contrary to price. So now I know the real name.
What I like about hidden divergence is that when it occurs in tandem with normal divergence you usually get a run of 2-3 sets of alternating normal and hidden divergence and then suddenly the hidden divergence ends and on the next price extreme: bang... trend changes. But in the last 2 weeks I've seen pinpoint turning point prediction results with Fib ratio analysis - which is actually more accurate imo
fwiw, I believe that indicators and oscillators are only tools that serve to confirm what we determine by EW and Fib analysis