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AIM has a predictable pattern of "cash burn"

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OldAIMGuy Member Level  Tuesday, 01/28/20 02:30:44 PM
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AIM has a predictable pattern of "cash burn" in a declining market. Depending upon the SAFE settings AIM will generate new buy orders sequentially as share prices decline. It can be helpful to know in advance about how deeply AIM is going to draw down one's cash reserves. This link is to the "Cash Burn" AIM page. It shows various end points based upon the starting cash reserve level.

http://web.archive.org/web/20120610011525id_/http://www.aim-users.com/cashburn.htm

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