kroxobor posted: Indicators are a useful tool and can aid your decision making if you are a beginner, but as you move forward and gain experience you’ll eventually realise that depending on too many indicators can actually make your trading complex. I’ve started keeping my charts clean and I do install only 3 or 4 indicators at max on my charts.
The more complicated the trading, the more trouble will follow. The trader has to do it properly in a positive system. And the strategy that will be traded with it should be taken easily.
I am tend to suppose that it's pretty difficult to trade without any indicators even if you're an experienced trader already. It's difficult to understand the price movement without any indicators. I always open charts and graphics and set couple of trend lines in order to see the whole picture of something that is happening on the market with the particular asset. It helps me to understand what figure can be showed in future on this asset, or maybe is the asset oversold of overbought. I believe all traders do the same. Of course, some traders can trade without any lines/figures and indicators but these traders are unique. The vast majority of traders comply with the general rules in trading actually.
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