Some of those indicator charts look reasonably, but only some (for example rainbow indicator could be useful for scalpers - to watch where the price goes on many time scopes without moving your eye out of minute bar scope).
Most of them looks like noise-trading. Indicators are applied to make much noise. Someone will probably see some patterns in it, but only on random basis - because there are many possible states in which that number of indicators can be. Statistically it is pretty improbable that the same state of those indicators will be seen in near future, so any kind of pattern recognition system (including the one in human brain) will fail - it will learn nothing from it (if it accepts only statistically significant results) or it will learn some random stuff that will be probably false in future (for example human - it's proven that we accept not only statistically significant results, even quite the contrary).
I think that simple indicators, if any, are better.