Will it be technical, fundamental, both?
Your trade plan needs to include how you will approach the market. In other words, how you are going to locate trade set ups.
Are you going to use support and resistance levels, supply and demand zones, trend lines, chart patterns, Fibonacci levels, Ichimoku clouds, moving averages, Elliot Wave Theory, Wyckoff, sentiment, fundamentals, and so on?
It stands to reason this will be an approach you will either test through paper trading, or through a small account, or an approach that passed the test should you move up to funding to jumpstart your career.
Once you have your predefined conditions based on these rules, traders can narrow their focus on a scenarios they are comfortable with and know what opportunities to look for rather than anxiously wondering if any opportunity is a potential opportunity. Predefined rules tell you what is noise as per your rules and what is not.