Am I a silly boy as you state sloppyjoe? I beg to disagree, with due respect.
for example. 3p - 40% = 1.8p
1.8p + 25% = 2.25p
In fact to get back to 3p from 1.8p you need a 67% rise. (Approx, of course, just in case you want to accuse me of small inconsequential inaccuracies.. It was 8% rise at the time I worked out the figures earlier on this morning).
I was asking you for examples to substantiate your claim from posts previous to the one entitled Sid. Do you have any or is your claim hollow. I am giving you a fair chance to respond to your claim.
Some people try to suggest otherwise - I have no idea why."
I will explain to, the answer is simple, supply and demand, the basic principle of any commerce.
Today there are indeed more buys than sells, so the price rises. Beats me why people think that on days that the price drops and there is high volume that they are all buys.
There is a stronger demand for San Leon shares today, probably from technical traders as the split is approx 80% buy to 20% sells. This would indicate ( to those who know what they are talking about) that it is technical trading on low volume, The price has only risen 8%. Not an impressive rise considering a 21% fall over the last week. Just trades playing the range.
Remember to counter a 20% fall you need a 40% rise to get back to where you were.
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