Trading is simple. No doubt. But learning to trade is really hard. People want to make trading simple. They want to reduce it to a few simple setups that can be traded mechanically with discipline. I warn you, this is not going to work.
The reason is Markets are not simple. It is all about ambiguity, complexity and uncertainty. Simple setups that can be traded mechanically will never succeed consistently. It is not going to give you an enduring edge.
Traders want everything clear cut, rule based and mechanical. But every moment in the Market is unique and mechanical methods are not going to capture it. If you are approaching price action trading this way, I am afraid you are practicing a useless skill.
Try to develop a contextual view. This involves synthesizing different elements like location, space, order flow etc and much more. Learn to execute the trades in this context. I would like to remind you that learning all this is complex and will take time.
Don’t be afraid and disheartened. This is not an impossible task. Many traders have done it and achieved trading consistency. If they can do it, we can also. We are also made of the same stuff as they are.