If you haven't figured it out by now, you should NOT follow the buy/sell signals blindly. I get messages every single day saying "The indicator isn't giving good signals, blah blah blah". The indicator isn't just a simple "follow the buy/sell signals" indicator. You have to incorporate many other trading techniques within the indicator's arsenal in order to make it successful.
What I personally like doing is going on a very large timeframe to see the general direction of the market. The weekly or daily time frame will suffice.
These are just a few examples of what you should be looking for on these larger time frames. I have already written many detailed tutorials on each tool. I would deeply suggest learning about each tool first before you start trading with the indicator.
Once you know the general direction of the chart on a higher timeframe by using the tools listed above, you can then switch to a lower timeframe like the 15m, 30m, 1hr, 3hr, and follow the corresponding buy/sell signals there.
So if there are bullish fair value gaps, positive %'s on the breakout probability tool, and bullish metrics on the key metrics table, you would take long trades only.
if there are bearish fair value gaps, negative %'s on the breakout probability tool, and negative metrics on the key metrics table, you would take short trades only.
Anything in the middle is just noise and is just a ranging market (which we want to avoid).
Hopefully this clears some things up on how you should be using the buy/sell signals.