Thanks for clarifying that "my numbers are spot on". I have always been good at math except yours simply didn't add up yesterday. So what price did you sell RRL at ? hopefully it was near the share spike at .6p - 72p? I hope you didn't sell 1.275 million shares at 0.3p because mathematically that would crystallise a loss and would have cost you over 25 grand (£25,500).
Ok so the math is a lot simpler today! Becaus we now know that you sold some RRL at a loss to only have around 1, 725, 000 shares before yesterday. So yesterday you bought 275k shares to take you to 2 million shares with an average of 1.94p. Total amount invested = £38,800.
This morning you bought 1,000,000 shares 0.388p (0.39p including dealing fees).
I make your total amount of shares =3,000,000 your total book value = £42,700.
Your average is therefore 42,700/ 3000000 = 1.423p.
I'm not interested but this is to see if you perform any sneeky manoeuvres ( tell people one thing and do something completely different).
As a free service , I have calculated your average if you buy another million shares at around 0.4 p. You will own a total of 4,000,000 at just under 1.2p. If we three bag you'll be in the money
What happened, did you mis the chunky Buys totalling 1,419,776 and we ended up 5.2%up for the record. Either way a low volume day so don't stress yourself. In any case I seriously doubt that the 2,026,100 £7,470k. trade was a sell @ 0.37 given the spread. Just wouldn't have got that price for a sell of that volume today.
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