A flatliner



  • I hold 13 shares in Stefan Mitrovic. Looking at his year long graph, he shows little deviation(has been as low as 27p and as high as 30p)

    Obviously makes him a safe hold for any deposit bonus, but I wondered whether anyone had any better? Is there a player who, in a year, has never moved price? Given we have gone through deposit bonuses this year, is it even possible?

    Let the challenge begin(I bet someone gets a non mover straight away)!



  • I personally think it will be hard to get a flat liner with the growth of the index.

    Renato Augusto has been flat liner at 20p for the past 3 months but if you go 6 months back I think he was 14p



  • Took awhile but found one. Sergio Busquets. 62p a year ago, 62p today. Spell at 63p with a brief peak at 64p. All this despite a PB win in February.



  • Jake Livermore has been at 34p for 12 months other than one spike to 35p just prior to the last deposit bonus.

    Haji Wright IPO'd at 50p in december. Spiked to 53p as his IPO rise and has been settled at 51p for the last 6-7 months.



  • Both better than mine but still movement within them.

    Will someone come up with a magical beast??



  • Both I have just found one! Will anyone get it, or others??



  • @Allams-Out said in A flatliner:

    Jake Livermore has been at 34p for 12 months other than one spike to 35p just prior to the last deposit bonus.

    Haji Wright IPO'd at 50p in december. Spiked to 53p as his IPO rise and has been settled at 51p for the last 6-7 months.

    Unfortunately for Haji Wright holders I don't think they are onto a good thing. He actually got minutes last season in Bundesliga for Schalke but a free transfer this summer to VVV Venlo where he has yet to score in 5 league appearances makes it looks like he will flatline for another year yet



  • @Moukoko said in A flatliner:

    Both I have just found one! Will anyone get it, or others??

    Ladies and gentlemen...

    Dmitriy Shomko

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  • @Allams-Out oof!! There we have it.

    I had this chap

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  • @BradD said in A flatliner:

    @Allams-Out said in A flatliner:

    Jake Livermore has been at 34p for 12 months other than one spike to 35p just prior to the last deposit bonus.

    Haji Wright IPO'd at 50p in december. Spiked to 53p as his IPO rise and has been settled at 51p for the last 6-7 months.

    Unfortunately for Haji Wright holders I don't think they are onto a good thing. He actually got minutes last season in Bundesliga for Schalke but a free transfer this summer to VVV Venlo where he has yet to score in 5 league appearances makes it looks like he will flatline for another year yet

    I was monitoring him last season but didn't buy. Only 1p above IPO price and getting a bit of game time so a potential low risk punt.

    Fortunately there want be many losing out on him. Can only be between 900-1799 futures currently owned.



  • @Allams-Out said in A flatliner:

    @BradD said in A flatliner:

    @Allams-Out said in A flatliner:

    Jake Livermore has been at 34p for 12 months other than one spike to 35p just prior to the last deposit bonus.

    Haji Wright IPO'd at 50p in december. Spiked to 53p as his IPO rise and has been settled at 51p for the last 6-7 months.

    Unfortunately for Haji Wright holders I don't think they are onto a good thing. He actually got minutes last season in Bundesliga for Schalke but a free transfer this summer to VVV Venlo where he has yet to score in 5 league appearances makes it looks like he will flatline for another year yet

    I was monitoring him last season but didn't buy. Only 1p above IPO price and getting a bit of game time so a potential low risk punt.

    Fortunately there want be many losing out on him. Can only be between 900-1799 futures currently owned.

    Haha ditto! I thought about him...but went with a different Schalke player in the end. Glad I didn't go for him in the end but yes not much money in him now


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