EBS: Unraveling the Saga of a Stock’s Spectacular Downfall – An Investor’s Nightmare

Let me begin by stating that none of what you hear is financial aid or advice, just some mere speculation from a kid’s point of view on the stock market. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s get into the nitty and gritty of the ticker symbol EBS, our very own Emergent Biosolutions.

Well, first, I must have to say what a wild downhill ride I’ve been on with this stock in the past year. The sublime drop is comparable to the depth of the Mariana Trench. Believe me, when you take a glance at what occurred, this is the utmost valid comparison.

As you can probably tell from this photo, and if anyone who is reading this acquired shares and is holding them from this stock, I wish you my sincere apologies for your loss… of an unfathomable amount of money. This darn stock is down staggering. Take a second out of your valuable day to take a wild guess on how much it’s down year over year without starting to read the following sentence which will possess the answer.

Overall, since its peak in 2020, it’s down a mind-boggling, astounding, astronomical 98.2%. When people hear that number, they might scour and remove themselves from even laying their eyesight at this stock, but there is always a sliver of hope, a shining light at the end of the tunnel. If there is a tunnel for this stock, it has got to be one hell of a dark, long, bat-infested, damp, low-concentration oxygen type of tunnel. This tunnel also contains vicious illusions of light that deceive you, thus leading you on an expedition in a completely different way, making you a slave to the tunnel. This might discourage normal adventurers, but if you’re reading this, you aren’t any normal John Doe, and on top of that, it’s always doable; remember impossible has “possible” in the middle of it.

As you may reasonably presume, I have lost my hope. Well, that statement is so much farther from the truth, so much so that I just made a clothing line that says “I stand with EBS and forever will.” It’s my nationalism that I’ve developed for EBS through the time I’ve been acquainted with them. EBS surely can’t do any wrong; it’s the best in the world, and I have an unholy amount of pride in it. Also, I might assemble a thread in Wall Street Bets boasting about this newly uncovered and hidden stock that has the potential to surpass the likes of Apple on its rise to its inevitable but most definitely prolonged top.

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