@Millerman said in How has the ME changed your portfolio?:
very few people market buy anymore
I just couldnt scroll past this. The ticker is flying, spikes are massive. Those very few people doing all the market buying must have some fuckin huge and unbelievably diverse portfolios.
It seems like its fashionable to just slate the product and the management at the minute. People are queueing up to spread panic and doom, and some of them, not necessarily Miller, but others, I'm sure think they're doing it in ways that are ever so subtle, but simply put, they need to work on their subtlety.
The Footie has been up every day and up BIG. If very few ppl are market buying then how come players previous peaks are being smashed? How come the blindingly obvious BL trend happened, and happened big? How come the blindingly obvious EPL trend happened and is happening big? How come the most blindingly obvious Serie A players are starting to move?
Take Dybala, about the time of the ME he was sat at almost his all time peak of about £3.54. The only time he came close to that was in about August, so unless people think theres been a sell queue on him for 10 months, then his subsequent rise off the back of ME has been solely market buys, with no de listing. Hes up 40p since ME, with an average buy price of £3.75, and probably a minimum 700 delta. So theres a net 105k gone into him in 10 days or so, but yeh, very few ppl are market buying.
Anyway, I digress. How come the blindingly obvious la liga trend is starting?
How come youth players with thus far limited playing time are blowing previous peaks out of the water? Ya know, Foden, Greenwood, Saka, Martinelli, Elliott, Tonali, Kulusevski, Zaniolo, Camavinga, Almada? It's not unlisting. It's not ME? So it must be market buying. And why these players in particular? As well as the likes of Sancho, Rash and Mbappe being at all time highs? Then there's TAA, EBH, Havertz, Odegaard, Ferran Torres who have all hit all time highs recently.
These few market buying, super diverse whales seem to have great faith in the product. Hmmm. I think I'll go with them rather than a dozen or less naysayers on the forum.
I wonder what the other 600,000+ users who have obviously had absolutely no part in all these rises recently think 🤔