Apart from the effect of rounding, it would never reach zero. It would approach zero asymptotically. You could ask how many sessions it would take to reach, say, 1% of the original value.
If you consider rounding to the nearest penny as zero for stock purposes it would be there in 986 days, but would be delisted earlier after 459 days when it dropped below a buck.
Hope that helps.
You shouldn't play with mamma's calculator you might hurt yourself... Ha ha ha....
a 986 day decline of 1% is almost 1000%. Unfortunately... In reality there exists only 100% of anything. period. no such thing as your 986 days of 1% declines. soooo sad. you need thinking classes.. To ignore.. U too dumb.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
More sessions than hawcreek12 can count on his toes, which is as high as he can count because he hasn't "figured out" counting fingers yet. So he can count to eight. More than eight sessions is your answer if hawcreek12 is adding it.
Obviously 100 sessions, because I just used my calcalater and 1% times 100 gives 100%. 100% is all of something in math terms, all there is, ain't no more. So that's when it is at zero. When I says 15-20 before I was just ball parking it in my head like I usually do on things, but then I figured I need a calcalater. Calcalaters don't lie neither.