EURUSD - All I want is to be able to compete in a fair market and this market isn't fair to small traders like myself. All I'm doing is what these massive Algorithms are doing day in day out!!! There are literally billions of trend lines. I could draw tram lines day in day out as broker websites tell us to do, but look at how often they break them. Not only that the market is moving sideways!!! Can't win, no matter what you do or you can but it's holding onto your money. I spent hours yesterday morning trying to buy USDCHF up, being guided by trend lines and every time they were being broken. I used stop losses, and I must have lost a dozen or more trades!!!
There are at least three things I noticed from your charts that suggest to me in your trading approach that you need to seriously consider changing if you want to fundamentally improve as a technical trader.
(1) You need to declutter your charts. There are too many lines running across your charts. You obviously is a strong believer in lines but the problem is you don't know how to use them (both in drawing and application). If you know how to use them there would not be that many. Imagine a house with dozen of clocks and they are all telling you a different time. Do you think you will be able to tell the correct time? If telling the time is important for you in trading, you need to spend time to understand how it is meant to work. You should read up on the trading books that teaches the use of trend lines in trading.
(2)In your charts, I note that you have charts in 5M, 15M and 30M TF. You need to decide on which time frame is your trading time frame. In other words, your trade decisions should be based on a singular TF. Switching TF's is a common problem in trading and while there are benefits to having multiple TF's, you still need to have a primary trading TF.
(3)The EURUSD has been on a strong downtrend in the past few sessions (1H TF) with successive lower swing highs and lower swing lows. Not a single lower swing high has been taken out and yet all your trade decisions are on the buy side. In effect you are trading against the trend. They are low probability trades and you should avoid trading against the trend especially at your skill level. Remember the trend is your friend. Don't get into the top and bottom picking business.