Mason Greenwood- Time To Deliver?



  • @Black-wolf said in Mason Greenwood- Time To Deliver?:

    @Dalien-Smith seems like youve gave the answer to your own doubts. Stop worrying about what a player is going to do in the real world instead anticipate what others will do on the index regarding a player. Youve just said you think a tsunami of money will flood into him soon, if you think that then others likely will too so thats when you should buy. PB is your reward for picking out a good player at a good time, cap app is your reward for reading the market sentiment and getting in at the right time

    What you've said there (in bold) is absolutely spot on mate and I can identify with that -

    I prefer to mainly hold PB players in a quest for dividends, rather than investing in players for capital appreciation, for the very reason you've highlighted mate - As the slogan says, "test your football knowledge" - I find this less stressful than testing my trader knowledge! 😂😂

    If you're chasing dividends and share price is irrelevant then your income solely depends on your players performances (both on pitch and in the media). Once you've bought them, you don't have to do anything 😊.

    From what I have gathered, buying players for capital appreciation is a lot of work, having to pump them at every opportunity and constantly trying to convince others to buy into him.
    Greenwood is a known figure on the index so this doesn't related to him now, but unknowns at 45p in Serie A etc is what I mean.

    My personal preference is to put money into players i can see doing the business week in week out on the pitch and hopefully make some money from it, almost risk-free. I'd say I'm a fairly reserved trader though. Horses for courses and all that 😊



  • @ScouseSte absolutely and i trade in the same way but sometimes there’s obvious money to be made from cap app. I have all my dividend earners which just sit there and make me money. That money goes into other areas of the market to make more money usually from cap app but always into players with potential to win Dividends that way if their price doesnt go up im happy to wait.
    Azpilicueta is a good example but even after winning PB his price didnt move but he was bought with dividend money thats made more money so im still happy. Also been doing it with championship players mostly leeds and west brom and havent had to pump a single one and yet ive already made money in cap app on them and moved on. You dont always have to pump cheap players



  • @ScouseSte i dont really touch any unknown players my whole portfolio is PB kings and the only ones that arent play in England. I dont trade in players playing in other countries for cap app very often



  • This lad really is something special, so calm in front of goal for his age!



  • Why on earth are so many people buying after he scores a goal? You can’t even win any divs for the day as it’s past the deadline. They buying him just for IPD lmao



  • @Andy its FOMO. People are scared that it will spark a massive cap app opportunity which im turn causes big cap app



  • @Black-wolf it’s honestly mad, how are people going to sell at a profit is beyond me when commission is quite a lot at over £4. What are people going to do when he doesn’t start the next league game and drops in price.

    I’m staying well away from it haha



  • It’s going to be interesting when and if haaland comes, rashford/greenwood/haaland all over £4 something has to give.



  • @Andy i think its in anticipation of massive rises over time



  • For me I think he should start, IMO he should play instead of James against teams that united struggle to break down, James’ performances are so much worse against the poor teams where he has no space



  • @ChazFI123 Even before he scored did more than Lingard and James combined. Got to start more premier league games.



  • Just got to watch him to understand why people are buying in. It's not a short term thing for me. Hes 18 and pure classa I'm buying in at every oportunity for the long term!



  • @Impulsesplurger same, just look at him already banging in goals at all levels at 18, for me I think he will be a future star , great long term hold.



  • I wonder what his price will be in 2022/3??



  • My wife has that x factor the bands on and i dont want to worry anyone but im pretty sure Rashford and Greenwood are in The boy band. Cant believe how much the young lad looks like Rashford



  • No start again. I'm having to sit this out. He's nicked a goal but it's an awfully big leap of faith to think he'll be United's first choice this season. At his price surely that is investors hopes to be regular. My big fear that investing now as well is if a Haaland did sign Greenwoods price might tank big time.


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