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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum Naturally Splendid Enterprises Ltd. V.NSP

Alternate Symbol(s):  NSPDD

Naturally Splendid operates a certified food manufacturing facility producing plant-based entrees, in the Greater Vancouver region in Canada. The Company has an exclusive 10-year manufacturing, distribution and licensing agreement for Canada with Australia’s largest plant-based food manufacturer. Naturally Splendid has launched Plantein™ Plant-Based Foods in both Foodservice and Retail Channels.

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Grade 3 math wiz

divot111 (85) | February 20, 2022 04:11 am

Holy crapp! You are seriously still trying to convince me of that nonsense? Your first calculation regarding the gain is bang on. The calculation regarding the loss is not. Still waiting for your data to support your fairytale. I googled it as you told me to and google said huh? Maybe you can send me a link to proof of your silly interpretation of stock decline percentage. Or percentile as you like to call it. TIA 

I think I will identify as a jug of milk today. That's how it's done in fairytale land right. Hahaha! This at .05 yet? 

RE:Grade 3 math wiz

divot111 (85) | February 20, 2022 04:28 am

I googled your nonsense exactly as you have it written and still nothing. You must be getting your info off some other search engine but you did say google so I am confused. Derrrrr? Here is some reality for you. If you buy a stock at 120 dollars and it drops to 1 dollar the percentage loss is 99.1667%. Straight off every online percentage calculator ever known to the real world. 

RE:RE:Grade 3 math wiz

divot111 (85) | February 20, 2022 04:32 am

I can't help it. This is too easy. Do you claim 12,000% loss on your tax return when you buy a stock at 120 dollars and it drops to 1 dollar? Hahahahahahahahahahahaha! So silly