If you make 10,000% return on $1, you actually make less money than if you make 1% return on $10,000. The math is as follows:
10,000% ROI on $1 ==> your profit is $99
1% ROI on $10,000 ==> your profit is $100
Now, if you make 3% ROI on $10,000, then your profit is more than 3 times the profit you would make with 10,000% ROI on $1. Clearly, ROI is not a good metric.
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