You can try and talk this share up as much as you like, but speculators already had a field day with this share. It's dropped from 220c to 120c, and it's still very, very expensive. The most likely scenario is you're in over your head in losses, and trying to get people to push the share price so you can recover some of that. When you get involved in a buying frenzy like we saw with FGL, it's of utmost importance to put some sort of stop loss in place or face paying very steep school fees. NO share is worth not putting in a stop loss. Capital preservation rules.