A trendline is a straight line that joins two important minimal or maximal price lines in a chart. Within a main trend there can be any number of secondary or minor trends. The length of each of them differs within wide ranges. It should be remembered that a trendline must not intersect with other prices between the two selected points. A trendline is a support/resistance pass-through where price changes within the range of the pass-through.
To draw a trendline, select this object and then drag a line in the desired direction.
Additional parameters will be shown near the end point: distance from the initial point along the time axis, distance from the initial point along the price axis, slope line from the horizontal line drawn through the initial point.
Three points are located on a trendline. Extreme points are points for changing size and slope. The central one is used for moving the object.
There are the following parameters of a trendline:
Common parameters of object are described in a separate section.