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I was going to post the same thought but let me add some ideas;
put up a bunch of charts, no indicators, charts that show from big trend to small trend.
some charts are time base, some are not to squeeze out chops.
keep watching them until you see 'trend' which the majority of charts point to.
keep track of this trend and its various clues, make note of clues.
eventually get rid most of them only keep the most useful charts.
keep watching until you get the 'trend' correct, if not keep watching, good luck.

Great idea.
Here is a chart I posted showing some of my charts when I'm 'exploring' to see what fits the best.
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