Player promotions are where new players are added to the Tradeable list of players. They are extremely profitable and below we explain why.
Player Promotions : EXPLAINED
Promotion Day is every Friday, there are two players which are to be Promoted into the team. The first player is promoted at 13:00, the second player at 13:15.
Set an alarm, write a reminder to yourself, do whatever you can to be a part of these promotions!
The initial price for all players starts at £0.25, which makes them ever so profitable. Within 3-4 seconds, the players will be around £1, meaning you could cash out with around £75 Profit.
There aren’t any guarantees that you will be able to purchase the player at 25p. I have only been successful twice on achieving 25p, the rest I tend to grab at around 50-60p, which still holds tremendous value.
The share prices increase rapidly, if you get on at 25p it’s down to pure luck, but you will be financially rewarded!
No, the Football Index will not fill up. To keep the balance at 200 tradeable players, two players are relegated from the first team.
TIP – If you hold a relegated player, you lose your funds, so ensure you cash out on relegated players.
How can i make a profit from player promotions?
There are multiple ways to profit from the player promotions Football Index offer.
These are; Instant Flipping, Hold to Flip, Hold for Dividends, Keep Long Term
Instant Flipping – This is the most common trading technique. Buy Low, sell high as quick as possible. This is a short term trade, typically taking minutes. If done perfectly you can make a minimum of £70.
Advantages – Quick and Easy money, No money is tied up in your portfolio.
Disadvantages – Not a guaranteed method, you may not get the shares at the price you wish.
Hold To Flip – This is another short term trade. However, you let the market settle to realise players true market value, then release him to the market.
Advantages – You can avoid the Promotion chaos where the players prices jump around.
Disadvantages – You may be able to sell the player at a higher price during the ‘crazy’ periods, rather than sit on your investment and wait.
Hold For Dividends – This is a long term trade, focusing on getting a return on your investment. This is where you keep the player, hoping that he will bring Media Buzz or Performance Buzz dividends.
Advantages – Your Return on Investment would be great, as you can earn dividend payouts whilst keeping the player in your portfolio.
Disadvantages – If the player doesn’t return dividends you won’t have any return, his share price could potentially drop. Although, presuming you purchased during a low price, you should never lose money, just potential profit.
Keep long Term – This is another long term trade. Similar to holding for dividends, but you also expect this player to exceed their current ability and become a world class player, thus enhancing the share price. With this method, you expect to earn dividends and sell for a profit eventually.
Advantages – When it works, it’s profitable
Disadvantages – It’s not guaranteed and it’s a long term trade, so you will have lots of money potentially tied up.
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It’s actually a pretty good way to earn £30, especially as it’s hassle free!
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Player Promotions are a fantastic way to earn some extra money whilst trading. On average, there’s around £50 to be made per promotion, this happens twice a week… £400 a month potential from promotions alone!
If i don’t believe the player has any long term value, I try to instant flip these, however I have recently been stockpiling players such as Andre Silva, I purchased 2000 shares at 79p, during the chaos he went up to £1.20 and then as low as 79p when people were flipping. I believe he holds significant value at this price, if he earns just 2/3 buzz wins during the whole season it translates to a huge percentage of ROI.