@Ollie Yes, it states "All-time trading profit is calculated as:
Total Withdrawals + Portfolio Value (At BUY Price) + Cash Balance minus Total Deposits = All-Time Trading Profit"
Not the most accurate way to calculate profit, but the most positive one, so I don't blame them for using it.
yeah I think its worked really well - twitter was flooded with positivity last night and how much money people were making. Obviously not an accurate reflection as to realise some of that profit someone else's profit is reduced but it certainly got me wanting to get more money in the index!
@Lukeroro It's a rolling 24-hour comparison. Looking at his 24-hour graph, he was probably 98p for most of yesterday, but was 96p at some point. So if he's 1.00 and it's saying +4p, presumably the point where he was 96p is now 24 hours ago.
@NewUser26938 Only the 'Top 5 Euro leagues' consisting of the Premiership, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1, UEFA Champions league, UEFA Europa League and this current set of competitive Euro Nations games before the 23rd Nov.
It's a great strategy if they finally get some sort of way to win, whether that be their own category or a clean sheet bonus scheme & if you have plenty of funds to buy now whilst they're cheap you are really gambling that will eventually happen, at which time you will clearly be quids in. If it doesn't happen or you get fed up waiting then it is true that you could cash in for breakeven or at worst a very small loss, however the flip side is whilst that money stagnates it could be invested in almost any other players on the index & benefit from far higher growth. So your £100 of Leno maybe worth £100 in 12 months time yet most others players will have turned it into £125/150 or more & you will have been left behind relatively.
There's no right or wrong way to make money on FI & I hope it works for you, as it would be healthy for the index in general IMO but it seems a very risky gamble whilst the rest of the index is clearly only going up in the short/medium term.
@NewUser82416 fair enough mate, i guess none of us truly knows whats going to happen next. Its all about guessing where they go next. They do like to drop bombs on the index and revel in the IS that ensues!
Leonardo Spinazzola at 1.05, very good player at Atalanta in the last 2 years. Coming back from 6 months injury, he will be in Juventus bench for the first time this Sunday. He already played games with the young Juventus team this month and showed he's totally recovered and in a good form. Allegri really likes him and said he will also play as a wing (which in Juventus means one of the 3 strikers) despite he's classified as a defender. Can only see him going up