In UWR, we started buying at $19.60. So when it spiked up to $27 per share, that would be a 37.75% return with no averaging downs. Maybe you bought it higher than we did.
Just on your first/highest round alone, you were up 21%. Your 2nd round would have an even wider % gain. So since you were even up a good bit on your 1st/highest round, you could have still done it to help reduce risks and help to ensure some profits. But if I’m right, there should be a next push higher that should take it well above the $27ish high to at least $32+.