Movement Along the Supply Curve
Movement along the supply curve is driven solely by price. A supplier is driven to put more product on the market at a higher price, and a supplier is driven to put less product out if the price is lowered. This causes an increase or decrease in quantity supplied.
Shifts in Supply
These are dependent on the 6 shifter factors. The factors cause the whole supply curve to shift left or right. This causes an increase or decrease in supply.