Alain, I'm confused about the squaring of these charts.

Am I wrong in my assumption that to square a chart in price and time would give a ratio of price to time that would be consistent for that chart. (eg. hypothetical chart is squared when 1day gives $1 in value.)

The reason I ask is because the charts you've presented vary.

One rises $12 for each 6 days - so $2 for each day.

Another rises $63 for each 280 days - so 0.22c per day

Another rises $16 for each 90 days - so 0.17c per day.

Am I wrong in my assumption that to square a chart in price and time would give a ratio of price to time that would be consistent for that chart. (eg. hypothetical chart is squared when 1day gives $1 in value.)

The reason I ask is because the charts you've presented vary.

One rises $12 for each 6 days - so $2 for each day.

Another rises $63 for each 280 days - so 0.22c per day

Another rises $16 for each 90 days - so 0.17c per day.

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