Beginner’s Guide Part 4
Basic Support & Resistance line (S&R)
So what is a Support & Resistance line? A simple way to explain this is to imagine a Support is a floor, when a ball hits the floor it bounces back. On the other hand, a Resistance acts as a ceiling on top, when a ball hits the ceiling it usually bounces back too. But there is no certainty that it will always be that way, sometimes an S&R can break too.
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To identify a support, you can see the picture above as an example, the price bounces off the GREEN line, so the GREEN line act as a Support.
On the other hand, if the price gets rejected, that level acts as a Resistance. The picture above shows the price rejected from the RED line, so the RED line acts as a Resistance.
In some cases, a Resistance can be broken too. If a Resistance is broken, usually the price will go further upside, and the Resistance will turn into a Support now.
On the flip side, a Support can be broken too. If a Support is broken, usually the price will go further downside, and the Support will turn into a Resistance.
To improve your trading win rate, you can include all 4 of the indicators together in the beginner’s guide. If you haven’t read the previous part, you can click the link here.
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