Remember that there is no holy grail out there. There is no strategy or method that will always work, you will not earn money to take a trade when the MACD crosses, or stochastic are oversold if you do not learn how to read the market dynamics and naked charts (charts with price only) first.
Learn to read the market dynamics, i.e. the relationship between buyers and sellers and you will not need indicators to guide you. Spend your time to learn to read the market, and not mass indicators. Keep in mind that every single person can read an indicator, hence will not give you any further edge in the market.
When starting out trading, you should always learn how to read the candlestick chart first (price action), and then add indicators if you feel they help.
In some cases indicators can add value, examples can be when you use a trend indicator like the moving average that acts as support or resistance for a security in trends and you can act on that, or when you use a momentum indicator to find momentum changes (divergences) which you act on and profit.
That said, almost all technical indicators are based off either price, volume or volatility. If you know how to read price, volume or volatility in a price action candlestick chart, you do not have to rely on indicators when trading.
Before we discuss price action vs indicators and each type of support and resistance level let us define the trend.