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Appreciate what you are saying but thought I would point out a bit of maths to you.
You say you would rather buy at $7 on the way to $20 than in the current climate. Will you know they are on the way to $20 or will you think they are on the way to $7 and therefore not buy.
Assume when this happens you buy $10000 worth. This will get you 1428 shares.(brokerage not included)
Currently 1428 shares would cost you $400 at 28 cents or yesterday could have cost you $314 at 22 cents.
At these bargain prices your $10000 will get you 25 to 30 punts on a stock like this.
Are you not familiar with the saying "Buy when there's blood in the streets."
Well as Jim Morrison said
"Blood in the streets ,it's up to my ankles".

Also, just came across a few more CAG rumours for us all to digest. As the man stresses -just rumours at this stage.

word is Ron Wise ceo of Cag was a buyer in yesterdays market...and why not at those prices.....he previously bought 200,000 through Taylor Colinson...expect a directors disclosure notice I'm told

Rumour has it that Cag may have a deal signed already....rumour has it its for approx *) million dollars...also being said is that there may be 2 other 50 to 60 million dollar orders pending final beta testing....
Now its up to Arcadian to give instructions for any announcements....
rumour has it than an Asian Telco deal will be the first to be announced followed by India and then China/HK Telco
Remember Packer is investing around $400 million in India ....hes into Wireless technology so goes the word

Until official all the above is deemed market rumour and should be treated as such....
Tell that to the CEO who continues to buy Cag on the cheap!!!!!!! "

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