Attacking, goal-scoring full-back - looks a potential star in the making - realistically will double in price by the end of the year. And not sure choosing the USA is a bad thing as FI have expansion to the USA high up on their list, I believe.
@dionysusthyrsus - I completely agree with this. Definitely a star in the making which is why I’ve gone big on this guy. I’m possibly thinking he was taken off after 70 mins in order to be rested for the weekend game but we shall see.
Money coming out for IPOs doesn’t help either. I noticed he rose 4p again after Jude was cancelled yesterday. It’s only a matter of time before the next goal and next big rise which won’t be long in my opinion.
I've owned myself for a good while, think the rise has been a combo of PB players getting a lot of love this last week, playing two full 90 mins the last games for Spain and welcome Barca/Real rumours. He is an absolute baller but Napoli really haven't hit the ground running yet this season bar the CL win over LIverpool so his price took time to catch up to similar players like Sensi &Kroos.
Dividends earned in that time is important. You’ve not made anything on a players CA until you sell them, like any stock or share. You’re a serious injury away from losing that juicy % rise you’re congratulation yourself on. There’s a reason Pog and Ney are the kings yet haven’t moved much in price.
That reason is because the masses are casual fans who don't understand maths and are easily led by investment videos because they don't know enough to realise how important yield percentage is.
Pogba generated around 5p worth of dividends per week in the last 3 months.
If you bought 300 Pogba, 3 months ago your cost would have been £2340.
If every time you gained enough money via dividends, you bet that on Pogba, you'd currently have 330 Pogba. The value of that 330 Pogba would be £2366.10.
So you've made a total profit of £26.10
Except you haven't... because your commission is £47.32 so you are down £21.22 and that's if you are lucky enough to market share. Heaven forbid that injury you were scared of happens and you're forced to instant sell.
Now you might be screaming... "Look at it over 3 years" but... Remember... FI, is a gambling app. The main tenet of gambling is that the longer you play... the more the odds are tipped in favour of the house. FI have come up with a way of tricking the masses into playing longer. By equating this to shares you've already lost the mental battle, you just don't know it.
Coke's success, doesn't have a built in expiry date, or a limit on success. Pogba... will retire, die, move to China, stop being interesting to the papers or lose his quality. In other words, the longer you hold Pogba the higher your risk becomes, where as with Coke, that's not the case. Compound interest is why dividends on shares work out long term but with Futures... the reliability of compound interest falls because you don't have the same lengths of time.
You might scream... diversify with the dividends.... but then what you're actually saying... is there's a better investment than Pogba on the market.
I'm not sure if anyone buying Kante will benefit from many performance dividends but he was clearly the best footballer on the pitch (in a world class field) last night and I for one am glad of the rise on here because players as good as that need to be acknowledged!!!!
In someways Kante is the anti-FI player... the perfect club man not interested in transfer saga, the perfect role model not interesting enough for the media (unless he drives to work in his mini), not likely to score high in performance dividends because what he does is beyond statistics so really his price should always be relatively low... But on sheer football ability... he deserves to peak and soar on the index when his performances are good because i don't know anybody in world football better at what he does!!!!