Stock Price Charts show colored area price levels below zero
Your color-filled-in stock price charts should have a bottom level at zero (no color below the zero line), so readers can see at a glance a meaningful graphic image of stock price. Instead, you currently have the colored, filled-in area under the price line extending way below zero, all the way to the bottom of the volume bars. That makes a very low stock price seem more promising than it really is. You should either stop the color at zero, or change to a different color below the zero line on your stock price charts. It important for us to see a zero line on your charts! A zero line would give the charts more meaning. I've really never seen charts that pretend area under zero is part of the stock price. Why would you do that???? Please fix it! Thank You. :)
Doug Selsam commented
I want to see a zero line on any stock price chart. Otherwise the chart makes low prices look high.