Not all traders are suited for this. As I noted in the opening, not many traders implement this successfully. The reason for this is because many traders get carried away, especially in the beginning when they are learning how to trade.
Further, it involves keeping track of lots of market conditions, compared to if you were trading one market condition hence why you need to have a very strong psychology and an excellent grasp of risk management, like our portfolio manager does before you implement this.
And most of all, you must have a very good trade plan that you religiously stick to. Notice how each step mentioned how you define each market based on your trade plan. So, you can see your trade plan is key.
Many traders start with trying to trade all market conditions but eventually decide to stick to trading one condition, for instances trends or ranges. However, if you are curious about how one would consider implementing multiple trading systems to factor other trading conditions in their plan, then keep on reading.
If you are brand new, I would strongly urge you to consider education or mentoring with this because you could easily suffer from too much choice. This is one reason many traders ultimately stick to one condition. If they are interested, they slowly branch out. You may encounter analysis paralysis if you use more than one of these systems in a single market (e.g. if you use multiple systems in GBPUSD). Remember, this is meant to empower, not depower, you!