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If a stock moves through a support level, which direction is

If a stock moves through a support level, which direction is the stock likely to go?

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Most people tend to sell when a stock breaks through a support level. This means a continuation of stock-selling, which will result in a decrease in price of the stock. So the stock is likely going south.

Have a look at the attached file, in which there is an example on the resistance and support level:

Support and Resistance Levels

Another use of moving averages is to ...

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