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Sorry, you must have misunderstood me. I appreciate the maths lesson, however I don't know that cag will go to $20 or $7 or $0. At this stage they would be a speculative purchase, something I'm not willing to engage in at this stage of my investment career. My point was that I'll take a 5-10 bagger as apposed to a 10-20 bagger once they start "showing me the money". I realise that I wouldn't make as much cash this way, but it's the price I pay for my investment style. I would be more inclined to invest my money into a company that's making money and wait and see how cag pans out. There will always be time to buy !!!



PS - I'm always keeping one eye on cag, just in case.
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