# We need some negative rebase examples to prevent death spiral FUD

Hi Guys,
People FUDing AMPL keep saying that if AMPL crashes to 50c, negative rebases will kick in and AMPL will enter death spirale, i.e. people will keep selling and price will go down and negative rebases will drive the price to 0.
We need some real life scenario of someone holding 1000 AMPL at $1 and then price goes below $1
Day 1: price is 90c, rebase is x%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
Day 2: price goes to 80c, rebase is xx%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
Day 3:price is 70c, rebase is x%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
Day 4: price is 60c, rebase is x%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
Day 5: price is 50c, rebase is x%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
now people start buying (we need to explain why people will have incentive to buy at this point), so the next few days are:
Day 6: price is 60c, rebase is x%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
Day 7: price is 70c, rebase is x%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
Day 8: price is 80c, rebase is x%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
Day 9: price is 90c, rebase is x%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
Day 10: price is $1, rebase is x%, amount of AMPLs is ..., total value is price x amount =
Can someone with more brain then me fill the blanks above?
This should be turned into an Ampleforth blog post, so everyone will understand negative rebases.

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