Why does the current value indicator on 5-Year Price/Cash Flow appear in the wrong place?

The scale is tricky when a metric is using an inverse ratio, like the Price / Cash Flow does. The position of the range cursor is actually a linear representation of the cash flow yield today relative to the historic range of cash flow yields. This is because Price / Cash Flow does not plot well linearly, and it avoids the distorted scale that near-zero cash flow values would cause.

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