My two under £1.00 are Keanan Bennetts and Tom Davies. Over £1.00 is Morgan Gibbs-White.
Potential for a big rise on all of these 'if' they can get some regular game time.
Quality player that I'm down 10p on at the moment. Instead of panicking I'm going to reinvest my dividends into him, reducing my average cost per future and then when he booms again I'll be extremely happy.
If you trade long term then don't stress over short term dips.
As someone that doens't get involved in IPOs their prices don't really bother me too much. As someone mentioned previously, I too feel like FI are trying to inflate the prices but again this doesn't bother me either as these IPO prices just make other players look more appealing and better value.
Surely the higher the prices get to for the market as a whole, the closer we are to a dividend increase which will boom the market again.
Good player and someone I invested in a few weeks ago.
For me he is someone that will most likely, steadily increase throughout the season, especially as the euros draw closer.
He is also playing in a very dominant team which can only help his PB potential.
Tom Davies is a good shout, I've been holding for a while but he has been struggling to get into Everton team recently. Maybe a loan next season will do him the world of good.
Another cheap gamble I've been holding for a while is Keanan Bennetts from Borussia Monchengladbach (39p). He has had injuries this season and hasn't played for the first team but maybe the sale of T.Hazard in the summer will give him an opportunity next season. Young and English certainly ticks a lot of peoples boxes.
If you can find the right youngsters you can do well in terms of capital appreciation if you have patience.
If I was starting again I would start my portfolio with proven PB and MB winners. They are more expensive than most of the youngsters but they will provide regular dividend returns which can be re invested to help grow a portfolio.
@NewUser297399 personally I feel that PB and MB are relevant at all levels of investment. They return dividends which is what drives the market. People investing in future stars or players with 'potential' are doing so because they are looking for the next big dividend returner.
@NewUser331141 I agree with @LuaLua, TAA is a solid choice, good PB potential as he is a very attacking full back who takes set pieces and is part of a team that keeps a lot of clean sheets. Plus hes young and English which ticks boxes for a lot of people on here.
I've just tried to instant sell a player and it says its temporarily unavailable.
He does seem to have potential, the trouble is that he has got still competition in his position at Spurs with Trippier and Aurier already well established. I could see him getting a loan move next season, maybe to a newly promoted Prem team or to the Championship.
A Spurs player I am considering adding to my portfolio ready for next season is Davidson Sanchez. He plays regularly and he is only 22 so he is still improving. He has won PB once this season, but if he can add a few more goals to his game from set pieces then I’m sure he would improve on this. As more of a long term trader, I see him as decent value at 61p over a 3 year period.
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