The APR (annual percentage rate) can be calculated based on $FROCKs recent volume, assuming the circulating supply stays the same.
This reflection APR is based solely on the holder's entry price of $FROCK: how much (on average) the investor paid for each $FROCK.
The lower the entry price, the higher the holder's reflection APR will be.
The reflection APR is based on volume, not on price. $FROCK price changes does not affect an investors APR, only the trading volume and circulating supply.
The circulating supply cannot be increased, it will be decreased only using buybacks. When buybacks and burns happen, the APR will increase for all holders.