Michihito posted: Indicators are reliable. But the most important thing is how much you know about the indicators. More or less every indicator works. Everything depends on your skills and knowledge. The best indicator is the indicators that work for you. That's why learning trading needs time. You need to do a lot of experiment to find the suitable one for you.
Correct, using indicators without knowing how they actually work and what their functions is just like performing a task with all the necessary resources but without knowing the role and working of each resource.
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