There's another way of looking at this: Every day the price of RBY stays DOWN at these levels is an opportunity to buy more. We'll look back at this in future and see it only too plainly. I have no more funds unless I buy on margin. It's a test of staying power. On the other hand you can trade for a few cents up and a few cents down every day during this phase - you can go this with almost any stock
That's the problem, doig, you can't just keep buying RBY on dips unless you're selling something else. I've pretty much consolidated my holdings now and have all the RBY shares I care to hold in balance with other stocks I'm not selling or buying more of.
I'm patiently holding RBY for much higher ground and hope it never dips back to my average cost or we're all screwed.