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Technical indicators can generate their own long and short signals, which can be used to inform a trader's decision-making process. However, it's important to note that these signals are not a guarantee of future market performance and traders must be aware of their limitations.

Technical indicators are based on historical data and can generate signals based on that data. However, the future is uncertain and market conditions can change rapidly, leading to false signals. As such, traders must use caution when interpreting technical indicator signals and must consider other factors, such as market news and economic events, in order to make informed decisions.

Additionally, it's important to understand that technical indicators can be subject to interpretation, and different traders may have different opinions about the meaning of a particular signal. As such, traders must be familiar with the underlying calculations and methods used by the technical indicators they are using and must be aware of their limitations.

In conclusion, technical indicators can be a useful tool for traders, but they should be used as part of a comprehensive analysis process that takes into account a variety of market factors and market knowledge.

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