**Price Graph** is a numeric graph of market listing prices. Each number
in the graph represents a listing price rounded UP to the nearest $10, with
"penny listings" indicated by a dot ("."). Prices rounding to $100 and above
are indicated by "+". Prices rounding to $200 and above are indicated by "!".
For example, consider the following price graph, and the underlying sequence
of prices:

**(5 - 146)** [$8.95, $32.95, $54.95, $56.00, $57.00]

There are 5 books offered. The graph **146** for the first three offerings
indicates that there is one book priced in the $10 range, and the rest are
priced much higher. This is a signal that the first listing is an anomoly,
and you may want to click the "Details" button to see why... It may be a book
that is inappropriately marketed (terrible condition, or not exactly the same
book), or it may simply be a good opportunity for you to buy it from the Amazon
seller, to resell on your own.

The graph by default will use the first 10 listing prices, but you can
shorten it by the "Max:" setting. Setting it to 3 will give the fastest results,
as the first lookup with Amazon returns 3 listings from each category. It
cannot be longer then "Max Details". You must have the "Count" checkmarked
to get a Price Graph. A Price Graph is not available if you only have "Lowest
of All" in your results.