As I know, there is such thing as dinkus that is used to demark section breaks.
A dinkus can be one or three asterisk, a fleuron, or a horizontal line.
When I open InDesign's Glyph pane, there is a character that looks exactly as a fancy horizonal line, although it is actually listed as a bullet (and is copied as •), hence my confusion.
Why is it listed as a bullet? Is it professional to use this character as a section break, that is, as a horizontal line, as shown in my example, or we should use it only as a bullet, like bullets in shopping and TODO lists?