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Dynamic Support

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Dynamic support refers to the bottom barrier of a trend or a level at which a current downtrend is expected to stop as the price finds “support”, but this support is not static and keeps adjusting itself to fluctuations in the market. Trend indicators, including Moving averages, Bollinger bands, and Ichimoku are a few examples of dynamic support and resistance.

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