You are frantically focussing on minor indicators, when I keep telling you to just learn to read the chart. Forget the moving averages, RSI, stochastics, oscillators, Bollinger bands, etc, etc, until you can learn to read a chart. The objective is to determine the trend, then what part of the trend the underlying is in (beginning, middle or terminal phase), then when to enter, and when to exit. Easier said than done. Once you realise that a significant element in this pursuit is about filtering your psychological bias, you will fare much better.
Just learn to read a chart without the gizmos first. In my view, there are very few people who know how to really use these effectively (people like tech for instance have pioneered a system and refined it – reads input of effective effort), and they have spent years working out how to use them.
In my view using indicators too early to the exclusion of learning how to read a chart obscures the process of perceiving the nature of trends. Look at tech’s recent charts, he’s essentially using straight bar chart and volume, and interpretation based on the bars and the volume. It is great T/A in my view, you can learn a lot from this. Try to understand what he is trying to tell you.
Why not try just looking at the chart without the indicators for a while and focus on the bars and volume. If you want to learn more, just ask the right questions, and start looking in the right places.