I don't know what strategy you use but I would say you use sentimental analysis. How to make a profit if you can't suffer market sentiment. I have used many strategies but in the end, I like this strategy a lot. If your analysis is not good at trading, then it is not possible to make a profit. If you want to make a profit, your analysis will be good. And trading needs to be done patiently.
That would be determined by your particular style and strategy of trading. You can use trendlines to find out support and resistance levels. Even candlestick patterns are a good indicator to show an entry point.
Your plans and strategy will play a key role in this. You can keep looking at other patterns and then form a strategy. It will be good for you if you stick to your plan and work according to it. Good luck.
long term swing trader doesn't think about it.just follow the trend.......if you are long term trader you may have to wait for entry 1-3 month or more.but if you are a day trader you may develop your system so simple that loss doesn't affect your main balance fully.
So far, I have used price action strategy and it worked well. Later, I was swing trading, and it also worked for me. I have seen people suggesting to stick to a single strategy. How do I know which strategy works best for me?
Your strategy is the most important thing in your trade so keep working on perfecting it. If a particular strategy does not seem to work for you, keep trying different ones. You can also try them on a demo first.