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Sorry a couple of minor corrections

total cost over 3 years $175.00
should be -total cost over 3 years $126

which makes
No 2)60% stock price rise (not unlikely because of current undervaluation in my opinion) = profit of about $6800 = total return of 3800%
No 3) wishful thinking - not outside the realms of possibility - 130% stock price rise = profit of $13500 for an outlay of $175 = a total return of 7700%.


into

-No 2)60% stock price rise (not unlikely because of current undervaluation in my opinion) = profit of about $6800 = total return
of 5300%
No 3) wishful thinking - not outside the realms of possibility - 130% stock price rise = profit of $13500 for an outlay of $126 =
a total return of 10700%.
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