Hello Anth if your at a 50% loss that means your money has been halved and you would need 100% rise to just get back what you initially invested. So if you have 10k it goes down to 5k after 50% loss and so you would need that 5k to have a 100% rise from where its at to get back your initial 10k.
I agree with you Ali, it's unreal how the price can drop when there is real potemtial here. My average is .29 so I'm also well down and I'm not mad about to averaging downsny further. I'll sit and wait for the long awaited pay day. Now I hate to split hairs or criticise your math but if you are sitting with a 50% loss, woukd you not be over the moon with a 100% price increase ?
Can't believe how much this has dropped where to the point that even if it has a over a 100% increase I won't be getting excited as I am well above a 50% loss now. People who can just jump on the band wagon can make so much more money then people who decide to try and research and put there trust and faith in a company and be heavily shafted at any point they have a chance to with us. So depressing no reward for the patient on AIM.
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