Linear Price Scale

Each unit change on a Linear Price Scale is represented by the same vertical distance on the chart, regardless of what price level the asset is at when the change occurs.

Linear Price Scale

Linear Price Scale is a type of scale used on a chart that is plotted in such a way that the values on the scale are spaced equidistantly.

 


Linear Price Scale Overview

Each unit change is represented by the same vertical distance on the chart, regardless of what price level the asset is at when the change occurs. This price scale is used for most stock charts. The alternative is logarithmic price scale which is used when there is a substantial change in price over time.



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