It may not be correct for RBL.
Maybe it’s the fact that it’s a young stock? A long-term yo-yo.
For example, from 2017 to the second half of 2018, it will increase by 100% in one year, decrease by 100% again in 2018, increase by 100% in 2019, decrease by 100%, and will be in 2020 …?
In the current volatile climate, I’m not surprised by the sharp decline, but I’m surprised if it returns 100% before Christmas, or if something returns before the second quarter of 2020.
The bubble burst … again.
I don’t hold it, and I don’t hold it, so I definitely don’t have a psychological dislike of this.
Just read the chart.
As soon as it returns hard, some clever musicians / artists unite and they usually struggle financially in life while people enjoy the offerings there.
When was the last time you gave it to a street performer?
Is there anyone on the trend at this time?
The jockey’s whip horse goes faster, and the panther whips the stock for the same purpose. Whisk until a hard peak is formed …
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