One question: when you draw an upward channel, it's a long one in my case, so there are 4 or more highs aproximately on the same line, and 4 lows aproximately on the same line. But there makes some difference in angle wether you choose one or other point to draw the channel, which in turn leads to considerable difference at the end of the channel. I understand that one should choose the points that visually fit better the price action inside the channel. Still there's a case now where following these rules, I can draw two different channels that look very similar (one of them fits better at the beginning, and the other fits better near the end). Worth noting, though, one of them is drawn first following the highs and then cloning it to fit the bottoms; while the other channel is drawn first following the LOWS and then cloning it to fit the highs. Is there one "more" correct way than the other for UPward channels? Which one in principle should prevail?