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Probably not until you feel the pointlessness of working with indicators by yourself, you will not be able to refuse them. However, for a person who recently came to the stock exchange, indicators can help to understand one important thing, namely, to understand the meaning of systematic trading. System trading is the key to success, because you learn to act consistently (because in certain circumstances you do certain actions).

But why do indicators not work? Why are they often being delayed and output after the market went in our direction? Why can the value of the indicator stay in overbought or oversold zone for quite a long time?

In order to understand all this, you need to understand how to calculate the indicator.

Here's a diagram that should completely change your whole idea about the market and about the indicators, respectively.


Will -> Volume -> Price -> Indicator

1. The indicator is derived from the price.

2. The price is derived from volume.

3. The volume is derived from the will.

I.e. the values are quoted in this latest link. This formula, which just converts the current value of the market price.

I think now it becomes clear why working with indicators does not bear in itself any sense.

Partly, even working with the schedule of prices will be difficult for the trader because he will not understand how the price has appeared.

What is this "will"? Will is interest in the open position (either long or short). The will appears any market participant, at any time, at any price.

It is clear that traders with small volumes are not able to manage the market. That is why you should enter the market only when a big player starts to operate.

We cannot penetrate into his head and find out what he's going to do (this is insider information). But, often, there's no need, because all his desires are immediately reflected in the indicators of volume.


So we can see when a big player opens their stance, and this, in turn, gives us the opportunity to make transactions with a higher likelihood of a positive outcome. Our operations begin to acquire some meaning.

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Volume and indicators both have their own individual significance and nature. They are useful on their own way. So there is nothing like greater or smaller. It all depend upon the traders with their preferences. However, you can also take the help of an advisory firm called 100mcxtips that provide an accurate tips on the basis of technical and fundamental analysis. 

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