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I have some shares of stock.

Back when I bought them, I paid $26.28 for them. They now go for $89.37. Conveniently, the stock pays no dividends.

So is this a 2.4 bagger or a 3.4 bagger? I.e., what is the definition of a bag? I tend to favor calling it a 2.4 bagger, and if it was $26.28 today, it is a 0 bagger, not a 1 bagger. Is this what people agree on?
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