When contemplating a trade there are any number of chart patterns and trade indicators that we at Wanderer look for. No single trade is going to tick every box, so what we try to do is tick as many as we can. Flipping through your watchlist is time consuming at first, but over time you'll be able to flip through them quickly scanning for charts showing your favorite set-ups. When I go through my charts, the first thing to catch my eye are the chart patterns. From there I can pause my clicking, and look closer to see what other indicators support a trade. Here's a list of the things I watch for in a chart.
Those were the major chart patterns that initially interest us in a stock chart's setup. After that we look to combine other pieces—indicators—to build a strong case for the trade. I won't say that these fall in any particular order of importance, exactly, but when I quickly scan a chart these are the things that jump out at me. The more of these that present a case for our trade, the better. It isn't an all or nothing proposition, it's more like we are trying to use as many of these as possible to create a strong base for our building.
Beyond these, all traders will develop their own indicators or chart patterns that they use to help them make solid trading decisions. RSI, MACD, bull flags, cup and handles, the list goes on and on and on. In the end, what matters is that your indicators help you make trades with strong reward-to-risk. Find what works for you, and stick to it.