If you have a small amount of money to work with, you are a market timer. I think most retail traders fall into this category. Fundamentals mean nothing to small undercapitalized traders. Timing price extension is what is of greatest importance. If you are one of these small undercapitalized traders, you are someone that's trying to scrape together a modestly profitable side hustle. Fundamentals may come to mean something to you when you have a viable trading account, but till then just try to make 10 pips a day. You gotta start somewhere; forget about the fundamentals till you're managing portfolios.Sounds like you need to get a better grasp of the fundamental aspects that drive price rather then just taking a technical view on the market.
There is nothing wrong with trading technically, but if you need to have a fundamental bias that stops you from taking every single bull/bear flag, or whatever edge/pattern you think you have.
Spend less time on the charts and more doing research would be my advice.