We had a questionnaire recently regarding ME - I have to admit I’m on the fence still with it, I think the impact it’s had on instant sell/lower end of market has been hugely detrimental to the product...lots of people were screaming for order books but now we have something comparable I can’t help feeling the simplicity of how it was before was better/more enjoyable...as the saying good ‘if it ain’t broke...’ - does anyone else share this view, essentially that FI was a generally better product before ME was introduced?
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RE: BIRTHDAY BONUS BABY
dont think you can be anymore to the point than that. ive stopped coming on the forum because of the negative comments, its sooooo boring sifting through them all to find something worthwhile. everytime i come back on the forum i feel like i'm just wasting my time.
if all you can do is see the negatives then its obvious to me that you should leave. why are you here if its so awful??
it just drags the whole forum down -
YOU DONT ALWAYS HAVE TO SAY SOMETHING...
RE: Matching Engine
in my opinion this is completely inaccurate. who you bought 12 months ago at the existing terms is totally different to that player now at the current terms. you wouldve evaluated buying that player at the time and amde a judgement on whether it is a good buy - you cant predict that in the future that the goal posts were going to change... and you cant apply your theory of a 34 year old hungarian player as there are some genuinly decent holds which have been affected
RE: Positivity in times of uncertainty.
It’s really obvious what @Erased-Citizen is saying I’m unsure why people are fighting against it. He understands the market and understands percentages, what he’s saying is correct interms of looking at FI as a product with X amount of customers. He isn’t wrong - that’s the way he’s looking at it. @MrWh1te you are looking at at it too comparatively with a stock market, which it isn’t.
What everyone all need to agree on is the FI needs to do whatever it takes to survive in this current situation so the route they’ve chosen also isn’t wrong. As people have said, they haven’t had much time but their hand has been forced to react, so let’s see how the next week or 2 pan out.
I cant hold out any longer - i was about to explode... rightly or wrongly i've splashed out my cash balance, ive accepted i may lose a few pence short term but i started to see my portfolio rise a little over the last 2 hours so i feel now is as good a time as any to take the plunge... for anyone interested in where my funds went - see below...
Fri 13/03/20 - 11:35:27 Purchase Anthony Gordon 50 -£69.00 top up
Fri 13/03/20 - 11:34:22 Purchase Dodi Lukebakio 50 -£43.00 top up
Fri 13/03/20 - 11:34:05 Purchase Javairo Dilrosun 50 -£48.50 top up
Fri 13/03/20 - 11:33:33 Purchase Gianluca Gaetano 50 -£39.00 top up
Fri 13/03/20 - 11:28:45 Purchase Stefano Sensi 200 -£332.00 new player
Fri 13/03/20 - 11:28:07 Purchase Fabian Ruiz 100 -£254.00 new player
Fri 13/03/20 - 11:27:53 Purchase Leon Goretzka 200 -£298.00 new player
Fri 13/03/20 - 11:21:56 Purchase Nicolo Barella 100 -£134.00 top up
hopefully i'll spark a reaction...good luck to all when they decide to press the button
RE: 11 Days of Treble Media from 23rd March = Buy LFC?
love how youve somehow managed to mix Gilmour in with Bruno & Pogba, nice
RE: Reality Check
I think lots of people on here are massivly guilty of comparing football index directly to a stock market. its a completely different product. the best thing i read on hear was 'play the man, not the cards', its exactly correct.... no day is the same, patterns change and are unpredictable and there are different ways of making money without one way being right and another wrong. Someone with £100 to invest compared with £10,000 to invest is obviously going to have a completely different strategy, and someone who spends £100 is obviously going to be less enthusiastic about making 10% than the latter. so many users of football index convince themselves its not a gambling site and think they have more of a say in strategy because they have more money invested. its utter rubbish, stop over analysing the product, treat it for what it is, and ultimately done spend what you cant afford to lose...
RE: New IPO's - Next week.
i think we need to be happy that they have communicated a much more transparent plan, even if its not completely ironed out. this is what weve all been asking for.
from a personal point of view i think this will lower my involvement in IPO's as i think you either need to be incredibly lucky now to jump on at a good entry point or literally be sitting on the app/online 24 hours a day. its incredibly likely that we will miss the boat on the majority of new players.
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RE: Where is the value now
i still think there is huge value £0.75 - £2.00...some of the players within this category are crazy prices. spotted Barella yesterday as an example, surley its only a matter of time before these types of midfielders start seeing a rise
RE: And Wildcard of the season is...
Like this thread
not got alot to back it up but i have a feeling about Justin Kluivert - if he can get a run of games for a really attacking team (a bit like Ajax) i think he could really start to gain some confidence and show what he's capable of...
also as a possible breakthrough, i think if Sociedad continue to do well - they will need to utilise full squad for Europa League which could mean we see more of Roberto Lopez this year.
RE: So Much Value...£1.00-£2.00 (ish)
agree on CHO and zaniolo being higher risk...the way i look at those is with CHO i dont think he'll need to show too much to see an increase, i feel like people on here are waiting for him to do well (hopefully it will come), but we know hes been backed on FI before in a fairly big way and hes still only 19.
with Zaniolo - i guess he is that price because of the injury but i see him as a possible generational talent - fitness an obvious risk though