So my question is how does price actions relation to support and resistance change over time?
For example, A breakout of a resistance level typically means price should move higher, of course its 50/50, its a market, no one knows for sure what will happen. But the same breakout areas seem to stay the same, like once there is a consoladation area and the breakout occurs, price typically moves in that direction ( if its a strong breakout ).
So how does price action affect that over time?
If you look at daily charts from years ago, you can pretty easily spot the breakout areas of S/R of course hindsight is 20/20 right? Haha. But still, those levels proved true, of course levels are always different, what was a support area before probably wont be next month, maybe just a reaction area to pay attention to, rather than a breakout area.
I know this is a broad question with many answers, but everyone says the market changes, things like support and resistance always seem to hold true since markets began. How does price action change around the levels?