RSI and CCI 5min scalping system

RSI and CCI 5 min scalping system is a momentum trading system. I enter on the close of a candle in a favourable direction when a setup occurs. I see horizontal lines of support and resistance but I don't draw them, just imagine them on the chart. The system doesn't rely on it. I try to find places where price may reverse, so I pay close attention to price when it is near previous levels of support and resistanceor round numbers (ending in 00).
Indicators:
RSI (7 period). Normally, the RSI is displayed with specific levels for identifying overbought (70) and oversold (30) levels. But for my system, I don’t need those levels because I just use the RSI to identify divergence with price. We’ll talk more about divergence later, so don’t worry about that just yet.
CCI (7 period) the CCI is at high levels when prices are higher than usual, and it is at low levels if the prices are lower than usual. The CCI can also be used to identify overbought or oversold, but I also use it to identify divergences for trading signals.
Divergence RSI with CCI
Now we’ll talk about divergence. This is the main technique I use for identifying buy and sell trade signals. Normally, the indicators I use, the RSI and CCI, follow price movements. They go up when the price moves up, and they go down when the price moves down. However, there are instances when the RSI and CCI are moving in an opposite direction of the price. This is what we call divergence, and it indicates that the trend will soon change.
Bullish Divergence
When the price makes lower lows but the indicators are making higher lows, you have a bullish divergence.
In the example to the left (below), you can see that I drew a line (A) to connect the lows of the SMA. I also connected the lows of the indicators (B and C). The price is making lower lows, while RSI and the CCI are making higher lows.
This is the basis for divergence in my system, and not the candlesticks. As a comparison, look at the second example. I applied 1 period Simple Moving Average (SMA) on the candlesticks. The SMA is looks exactly like the price as it appears on the line chart. The 1 SMA and the line chart are basically the same. When looking for
divergence, be careful not to use the highs and lows of the candlesticks. Instead, look for the highs and lows of the 1 period SMA or the line chart.
When the indicators begin to move up, even if the price is still going down, this means that the price is beginning to gain some momentum in the upward direction. The current
downtrend is now weak, and a new uptrend will soon take place. To identify a bullish divergence, the lines are drawn below both price and indicators, and the direction of the lines on the indicators are going up even if the price is going down.

Bearish divergence is the exact opposite of bullish divergence. Here, the price makes higher highs but the indicators are making higher lows.
In the first example below, I drew a line (A) to connect the highs of the price. On the indicator windows, you can see that I drew lines (A and B) connecting the highs as well,
but this time, they are pointing down. The price is making higher highs, while RSI and the CCI are making higher lows.
A bearish divergence indicates that price is losing momentum in the upward direction and beginning to gain some momentum in the downward direction. The trend will soon reverse.
To identify a bearish divergence, all lines are drawn above both price and trendline, and the direction of the lines on the indicators are going down even if the price is going up.


Support & Resistance
Support and resistance levels also play an important role in my system because they
can give me a clue of whether or not the price will continue moving in a certain direction.
I watch out for these areas for opportunities to enter reversal trades.
A level of support is the lowest maximum level that the price can reach. If price has reached the bottom, where it cannot move much lower, then it has hit a support level. This happens because the security is deemed undervalued and sellers are no longer willing to sell. A level of resistance is the maximum high level that price can reach. Price stops increasing because the security is overvalued and no buyer is willing to buy. Have a look at the image below for examples of support and resistance levels.
Money Management 
I would risk 3-5% of the account on each trade.
The maximum drawdown is 5%. enter only one trade at a time, and maximum lot size depends on how much money 10 pips is worth, because some brokers are different in that sense. Basically, I
won't have a stop loss larger than 20 pips.
The take profit should be 1:1 ratio based on the stop loss.
Yes, it is based on recent swing high/low plus or minus a few pips.
normally exit trades early, although, I usually move my stop to breakeven when I get ahead by 8-10 pips.
Buy
1. On the EUR/USD 5 Minute chart, wait for price to enter an area of interest, such as
previous support/resistance or round numbers.
2. Spot bullish divergence on the RSI and CCI with a line chart, or with an SMA 1 on a
candle chart.
Bullish divergence occurs when the price makes a lower low but the RSI or CCI makes
a higher low.
3. From the recent low that shows divergence, wait for a bullish candle to close within
the next two bars.
4. Enter long (buy) on the close of the candle.
5. Set the stop loss below the swing low.
6. Set the take profit 1:1 based on the stop loss level.
RSI and CCI 5min scalping system
Here’s a buy trade example of the EURUSD 5 Minute chart, a bullish divergence
occurred when the price was making a lower low as shown by line A, but the RSI 7 and
the CCI 7 were making higher lows as shown by lines B and C.
For buy trades, the trigger candle is the candle which closes in the direction supported
by the indicators. So, since lines B and were C sloping up, I looked for a bullish candle.
The next candle after the low was a bullish candle, so I entered at the close of that candle at 1.36039. I then set the stop loss level below the recent swing low at 1.35952. I set my take profit approximately the same distance of the entry to the stop loss level, at 1.36126. In 15 minutes, I got out of the trade with 8 pips of profit.
RSI and CCI divergence
Here’s another buy trade example on the EURUSD 5 Minute chart. The SMA was
making a lower low (A), while the RSI 7 (B) and the CCI 7 (C) were making higher lows.
The next candle that formed after the lowest low was a bullish candle, so I entered the trade as soon as it closed at 1.36101.
I placed the stop loss level below the recent lowest low at 1.35918, which is 18 pips
from the entry, and so I placed the take profit 18 pips above the price as well, at 1.36281.
The price was ranging for a while, but I kept the trade open to wait for price to reach the take profit or stop loss. Eventually, the trade was closed with 18 pips of profit.
Sell
1. On the EUR/USD 5 Minute chart, wait for price to enter an area of interest, such as
previous support/resistance or round numbers.
2. Spot bearish divergence on the RSI and CCI with a line chart, or with an SMA 1 on a
candle chart.
Bearish divergence occurs when the price makes a higher high but the RSI or CCI
make a lower high.
3. From the recent high that shows divergence, wait for a bearish candle to close within
the next two bars.
4. Enter short (sell) on the close of the candle.
5. Set the stop loss above the swing high.
6. Set the take profit 1:1 based on the stop loss level.
1. On the EUR/USD 5 Minute chart, wait for price to enter an area of interest, such as
previous support/resistance or round numbers.
2. Spot bearish divergence on the RSI and CCI with a line chart, or with an SMA 1 on a
candle chart.
Bearish divergence occurs when the price makes a higher high but the RSI or CCI
make a lower high.
3. From the recent high that shows divergence, wait for a bearish candle to close within
the next two bars.
4. Enter short (sell) on the close of the candle.
5. Set the stop loss above the swing high.
6. Set the take profit 1:1 based on the stop loss level.
Here, we have another sell trade example. SMA 1 made a higher high (A) but the RSI 7
and the CCI 7 were making lower highs (B and C). This is a good bearish divergence
signal.
The trigger candle appeared when a bearish formed. So as soon as it closed, I entered a sell trade at 1.35437. I then set the stop loss level above the highest high at 1.35537. I set my take profit approximately the same distance of the entry to the stop loss level, at 1.35330 which was easily achieved in 30 minutes. I got out of the trade with 10 pips of profit.

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