I don’t think so.
Whilst these things may describe what one could call the “street map” of price movements, some people also place great importance on how many people are actually travelling along those streets, and so volume and open interest are also significant factors.
I noticed that you posted this under the heading including candlesticks and patterns as well as price action. Of course there is also the analysis of many different candlestick and pattern setups.
But all these are “external” issues, i.e. ones that are going to occur whether you are personally involved or not. What is more important to you as a participant are the “internal” issues, i.e. your entry/exit criteria, position size(s), timeframe horizons, pyramiding, scaling, risk managment, equity management and so on. Issues that define your personal scale of success/failure compared with that of the other travellers on the same highways…
There again, some claim that the Hokey Cokey is what it is all about,