@Fletch Interesting thoughts. I think that visually, low liquidity in some players, especially at the lower price end could slow trading. From their p.o.v I see it especially slowing a lot of the ipd market when people can see a huge spread and probable little market sell options in front of them. At present that’s disguised with a decent value instant sell offer.
Surprised he hasnt seen a rise today .. .zidane praised him and also james rodrigues... both will feature again tomorrow.. . They inthink have hit bottom and will only go up niw... with january coming and transfer spec. .
I understand perhaps less investment for the duration of the injury, but people IS before the SS?!?!
I don't get it, but what I'm losing on Neymar I seem to be gaining on others and maybe being back to under £20 will interest some new money.
@Finlay77 by the way, whoever downvoted me I am not an advocate for pump and dump, merely stating that this underhand tactic will be able to be used on pb players post split rather than nobodies in the risers list
@Yellow but that match was 20/1 ... it's now the 11th February.
I'm assuming it's an algorithm that considers proportion of instant sells over a certain period of time, i.e. if a high proportion of people hit instant sell within a short period of time then the gap will widen, and it will take a while to move back. Although it was 20th January I am sure there are still a lot of people holding since then and it will help discourage them to instant sell.