Look at technical analysis like a quantitative tool.
There is no way of telling where the market is going with technical analysis in my opinion but there are signs and patterns that can give you clues.
If an important price level breaks (with good volume) or a significant trend breaks this can give you an idea about what can happen with future price. Although, it is important to remember that price is governed by buyers and sellers not technical levels.
Back test your theories and produce a report of the success rate. Then maybe put the system to test with a small amount of money or a demo account before taking it live.
In today's climate randomness is common with Trump around so managing risk is also something that should be tested but that isn't to say it makes trading harder. The moves carry further as algo reactions are becoming extended.
Fundamentals vs technicals has been an argument for ages and I say throw it out and use both!
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