**share price**can go down thousands of percent fold from one price to another? I guess I did predict you wouldn’t be able to.

I’ve never had to report a loss on my tax return, however judging by the member whom posted your stock buy picks history, you’ve had to report nothing but massive losses. The member and I have no idea how much your book value of the securities were that you lost on those horrendous stock buy picks.. he did clearly display where you prompted people to buy and where those stock prices are today and those stock prices are indeed many hundreds of percent at best in

**share price decline**from where you prompted people to buy.

You also seem to be confused by the term percentile which is also hilarious. Google it.

Lets try it this way and I will make it really easy and simple for you with nice round numbers;

**Q:**if you buy a stock at a

**share price of $100**and the

**share price drops to .01 cents**..what is the

**percentile decline in the share price?**

Not the percent of money lost or percentage of initial investment.

__We aren’t talking dollars or percent loss of investment as I nor the other member know how many dollars or the book value loss you claimed on the securities,__we are talking about the

**percentile (%) decline in the share price**from $100 to $.01 Simple.

**Q: What is the percentile decline in the share price divot111?**

I truly hope you say something like 99.99%, please I’m hopping so hard you do.

You are trying to avoid answering as your stock picks get folded many multiples, which you strangely confirmed. Many multiple means hundrends and thousands of percentile (%) from the original share price to its current share price.

We are talking about how horrible your stock picks are in terms of where you picked them and how badly they got folded as the member pointed out and as you not only

__didn’t__refute, you acknowledged and accepted him as being accurate.

**The best of those horrible stock picks by you displayed many hundreds of percentiles drop in share price from where you picked them to where those share prices sit today and given that’s fact why should we listen to you combined with the fact you don’t even own shares in NSP and are the number #1 poster on the NSP Bullboard everyday… for months now…. you're essentally convoluting the NSP board with junk that's literally childish and has negative value to anyone including yourself.**

To describe and display how badly your stock picks are it's not accurate enough to say you lost 99.99% of your investment or 100% of your investment, you have such horrible enteries in these securities, we are more acurate to show how much of a decline in share price from where you purhase shares to where the share price currently sits, which is many multiples lower and is expressed and can be expressed beyond 100%, yet you cannot grasp this.

**If you bought Berkshire Hathaway for 475,000 a share and it declined to 1 cent, does it give a better picture of the stock pick to say you lost nearly 100% or is it more accurate of a picture to show that your share price entry to decline was so off that it declined over 10 million percentile... the later gives a more accurate picture of how horrible this entry point was with where the stock price currently resides.. your stock entries are as well so horrible that they must be described more accurately using the later to display. you arent loosing 20 and 30% on an investment, your picked drop many multiples from their initial investment entries. Literally you get f;n folded like a betch on your picks that they cant be accurately depicted from 1%-100% you get right greased on your picks.**

**Here is the math question for you so you don’t try to avoid the question and answering it, might want to call up your grade 3 math teacher whom should have failed you:**

**Q**: If you buy a stock at a

**share price of $100**and the

**share price drops to .01 cents**..what is the percentile (%) decline in

**the share price?**

**I’ll check back tonight when I need a laugh.**

Lol. The length of your post full of insults and deflection still doesn't make it real. I will continue to wait for the Google LINK supporting what you have made up in your head. The other poster you keep referencing and praising for disecting my stock picks used actual math regarding decline in shareprice percentage/percentile and no I don't dispute his math, why would I? I respect him for at least being honest regarding grade 3 math. Go look again at his math you long winded dolt. Even he isn't dumb enough to support or defend your make believe math. And yes I have Googled everything you have said and there is not one iota of information that supports your nonsense. I guess you are smarter than Google yet you hang out on a penny stock message board misleading people. Example: you keep saying this is a .05 cent stock when it clearly is not. Geniuses like you would be better served trying to change the world not change the definition of math. PLEASE send me the link and I will happily agree. Or don't and keep up the fairytale.

Hahaha! IF you had a 99.1667 % loss on a stock would you claim a 12,000 % 'percentile' loss on your tax return? Please show me how so I can generate some massive tax returns every year.

Today I will identify as an internet modem. My Unicorn gave me the thimbs up!

Let's see if Wikipedia is as stupid as google regarding math. Please show me where in the description it verifies your complete utter nonsense. There a several examples and formulas to reference. I will happily give you credit if you can show me the proof of your complete utter nonsense.

If you purchase a security at $1 and it goes to 1000, you would calculate your gain as a

**99900. % correct? (Many would say +10,000.% gain)**

Ok if you go in reverse (loss rather than gain) and purchased the stock at $1000 and it declines to $1, that would be represented at

**-.999%.**Correct? (many round to -1000%). As when you decline the percentile loss goes to the right of the decimal which the first zero is ‘tenths’, second zero is ‘hundredths’ and the third zero is ‘thousandths’.

Ok so if you can’t contemplate that, the next part is really, really going to confuse the absolute hell out of you;

**Using the same simple mathematics**, only adjusting the number to a security purchase of

**$100,000**per share and a decline to

**$1**a share, what do you end up with? You will not know, however it would equate to a percentile decline of ~ -

**.00001%**decline.

**which equated to**

__Which is an exponential percentile decline when compared to the prior example__**-.001%. A**-

**.00001%**decline / loss would mean a percentile decline to the hundred thousandth.

I know right now you are completely lost.. I understand and accept that, however this basic math is correct and accepted by society whether you can effectively search for it on google or not, it’s fact based in math.

Now, your favourite little tool; ‘on line calculators’ would simple calculate you’ve lost your money as (-100%), they don’t go more than 1 or 2 digits right (negative) of the decimal at best and many don’t go to the right of the decimal at all, they just round it to a 100% loss.

**IF you cannot accept and realize the math equations above, it simply means you aren’t intelligent enough and I truly cannot help you if this isn’t a clear enough. Profit and loss are realized on opposite sides of the decimal (.) and I truly feel you have no grasp of basic mathematics.**

To back up the math the digits to the right side (or negative /loss) of the decimal begin with ‘tenths’, ‘hundredths’, ‘thousandths’, ‘ten thousandths’ and ‘hundred thousandths’ – now, I’m not making this up, I wish I could have discovered this for the world however it was discovered/ made popular sometime in the 1600’s by mathematician named Johann Heinrich Rahn.

If you are handy with Wikipedia and/or google to prove this math as being accepted and factual, search for ‘exponential gain / loss or the AdaBoost algorithm for modern day computations. In you’re mind as I’ve gathered there is only exponential gain represented as a percentile, however science and math verify, percentile loss/gain work both to the positive and negative. Although you have no conceptual understanding of it, does not mean that it doesn’t exist.

Upon going over a gain or loss of an exponent of 100, you must represent this percentile past the 3rd digit to the right of the decimal and over 2 digits to the left of the decimal. I understand this is far, far beyond your comprenhension.

**Just because you cannot understand the absolute basics of math and ramble on about it not being on ‘google’, simply means you cannot operate google either.**

To be absolutely honest, beating you down isn’t as fun as I truly am starting to believe you simply can’t grasp this.. I’m more about exposing bashers that have no skin in the game (which you are) rather than beating down on someone not mentally capable.. I had originally thought you were trying to weasel out of getting bested, however, if at this point you seriously don’t understand, there is not much more I can do to make you see basic math.

Now, for someone that literally has only documented investment losses, you’d think you would have a better understanding of the percentile right of the decimal. Literally, sit down, you’ve been owned, you simply make yourself look absolutely clueless with every single and multiple posts on this board. An intelligent and logical person would take this opportunity to vacate and be on your way ..but you’re not intelligent or logical, so you’ll stick around, doubting basic mathematics and

**bashing a stock you have now share ownership in and likely are disgruntled because you lost money in NSP, while many of us have made money multiple times in NSP and are currently in the green on NSP and you’re green with envy and stupidity.**

I think I will try to get pregnant tomorrow. Someone told me it is fact that men can get pregnant. Or was that my leprechan friend who told me that? Hmmmmmmmm

**Division? Decimals? Percentage?**these aren't theory..are these “theory” to you? Hahahahaha

I laid it out as clear as can be, ..what do you want a link to?

**What specifically do you want a “link” to? Division? Decimal places? Fractions? Basic Math?**

How can anyone reply to someone that calls basic math a “theory”, can’t display the math as wrong, makes reference to men getting pregnant and a leprechaun telling him things? You seem

**angry, caught, frustrated and without ability**to form a logical nor coherent response nor prove the math or anything I displayed wrong? Where is the math wrong and how is this some how theory I of all people discovered in 2022?

Your last reply has to be willfully ignorant as there is almost zero chance anyone is a dull as you display. My last post is below for you to highlight the math is wrong and why you strangely state it as my “theory” lol. I will keep pushing it in your face until you can display the basic math as wrong and/or prove that it is my “theory” lol

I literally made that long post because you are absolutely clueless and it would be funny if you weren’t literally serious in not understanding basic math. Here is an example of share price decline that you absolutely won’t understand, however I will attempt to force it into your completely and hilariously clueless mind;

If you purchase a security at $1 and it goes to 1000, you would calculate your gain as a

**99900. % correct? (Many would say +10,000.% gain)**

Ok if you go in reverse (loss rather than gain) and purchased the stock at $1000 and it declines to $1, that would be represented at

**-.999%.**Correct? (many round to -1000%). As when you decline the percentile loss goes to the right of the decimal which the first zero is ‘tenths’, second zero is ‘hundredths’ and the third zero is ‘thousandths’.

Ok so if you can’t contemplate that, the next part is really, really going to confuse the absolute hell out of you;

**Using the same simple mathematics**, only adjusting the number to a security purchase of

**$100,000**per share and a decline to

**$1**a share, what do you end up with? You will not know, however it would equate to a percentile decline of ~ -

**.00001%**decline.

**which equated to**

__Which is an exponential percentile decline when compared to the prior example__**-.001%. A**-

**.00001%**decline / loss would mean a percentile decline to the hundred thousandth.

I know right now you are completely lost.. I understand and accept that, however this basic math is correct and accepted by society whether you can effectively search for it on google or not, it’s fact based in math.

Now, your favourite little tool; ‘on line calculators’ would simple calculate you’ve lost your money as (-100%), they don’t go more than 1 or 2 digits right (negative) of the decimal at best and many don’t go to the right of the decimal at all, they just round it to a 100% loss.

**IF you cannot accept and realize the math equations above, it simply means you aren’t intelligent enough and I truly cannot help you if this isn’t a clear enough. Profit and loss are realized on opposite sides of the decimal (.) and I truly feel you have no grasp of basic mathematics.**

To back up the math the digits to the right side (or negative /loss) of the decimal begin with ‘tenths’, ‘hundredths’, ‘thousandths’, ‘ten thousandths’ and ‘hundred thousandths’ – now, I’m not making this up, I wish I could have discovered this for the world however it was discovered/ made popular sometime in the 1600’s by mathematician named Johann Heinrich Rahn.

If you are handy with Wikipedia and/or google to prove this math as being accepted and factual, search for ‘exponential gain / loss or the AdaBoost algorithm for modern day computations. In you’re mind as I’ve gathered there is only exponential gain represented as a percentile, however science and math verify, percentile loss/gain work both to the positive and negative. Although you have no conceptual understanding of it, does not mean that it doesn’t exist.

Upon going over a gain or loss of an exponent of 100, you must represent this percentile past the 3rd digit to the right of the decimal and over 2 digits to the left of the decimal. I understand this is far, far beyond your comprenhension.

**Just because you cannot understand the absolute basics of math and ramble on about it not being on ‘google’, simply means you cannot operate google either.**

To be absolutely honest, beating you down isn’t as fun as I truly am starting to believe you simply can’t grasp this.. I’m more about exposing bashers that have no skin in the game (which you are) rather than beating down on someone not mentally capable.. I had originally thought you were trying to weasel out of getting bested, however, if at this point you seriously don’t understand, there is not much more I can do to make you see basic math.

Now, for someone that literally has only documented investment losses, you’d think you would have a better understanding of the percentile right of the decimal. Literally, sit down, you’ve been owned, you simply make yourself look absolutely clueless with every single and multiple posts on this board. An intelligent and logical person would take this opportunity to vacate and be on your way ..but you’re not intelligent or logical, so you’ll stick around, doubting basic mathematics and

**bashing a stock you have no share ownership in and likely are disgruntled because you lost money in NSP, while many of us have made money multiple times in NSP and are currently in the green on NSP and you’re green with envy and stupidity.**

**Waiting........................................**

Still no LINK to anyone saying the same thing you are making up? Odd eh? And yet it is me who can't comprehend something that there is no factual data anywhere to justify. You claim there is data but won't share it. Weird. Hahahahahahaha! And now your mission is really to take out bashers and we should just move on. Proving I am a basher is a whole different argument that you will lose too.

Why don't you just POST the factual information already and win your theoretical argument? I enjoy talking to people who make stuff up and watch them try to convince others that their information is real by using deflection and every excuse in the book to not post any factual information relating to the discussion. This IS fun! But at the same time sad knowing you will not provide any data to back up your nonsense. Your made up math is not fact based or you would provide proof of your up math. Pretty obvious who is correct. Santa Clause and the Tooth fairy are sitting here with me agreeing and laughing.

I even posted one of the things you told me to Google so I would have clarity of your nonsense and you completely ignored it. Aka the definition of percentile and how it works that does not back up your fairytale argument. Nor does anything you have told me to Google. Why is that? Maybe cause the data doesn't exist? I can make up fake equations to try and validate up fake truths too but I choose not to. I deal in facts and reality. Good luck numbnuts. You know how to get me to agree so why not just do it? Derrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

My 2 cents

Whatever thing bagcheese is trying to debat, he is not using the term percentile in the

**correct**way.

**I have never once spoken about the ability or not to lose more than you invest**, I am talking about displaying how poorly you pick entries and saying you lost 99% or 99.9% isn’t even as accurate as it needs, you have to go multiple places right of the decimal to display just it. You’re trying to say I’m asserting you can loose more that all of your money, I have never stated anything of the sort. I’m expressing the decline in share price from your entry. If you lose all your money it means the company isn’t listed.. therefore, as it drops below a cent you have to add decimals to be exact… you seriously can’t grasp that??? You either can’t grasp that or are ignoring it. 99.9999 If we had the ability to trade many fractions of a cent, to express it in percentile you would then require more digits right of the decimal, is that registering with you? At all? Holy piss lol

eg. .99 is hundreth of percentile

.999 is thousandths of percentile

.9999 is ten thousandth percentile

Is any of this registaring with you??? I'm going to guess ....not hahahahahahahaha