Linear price scale

Linear price scale in technical analysis refers to the evenly spaced price increments on a chart. For example if the price value on the side of each start starts with $ 45, it will be followed by $50 then $55 and $60 and so on. This produces an even chart pattern which is used by technical traders.

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