@Gregolocky2018 The other problem is you grow attached to some of your players. Paulo Dybala for me, I have a fair amount and while he has gone up. I always see better places to put the money but won't sell. Hopefully he gets a good move this summer.
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RE: Felix Owners Must Be Raging!
@MrWh1te You can if you have two accounts. eg working as a team with someone. User A lists after a bad game, the market goes "oh shit" look mass selling best IS or market sell and get out, price falls even more. User B buys up cheaper shares until they start buying users A's shares then User A cancels the order to restore the price.
This is just a theory. But look at the chart. If that did happen it looks like a big holder listed the sale order in two trenches. 1st one to drive the market down, then the 2nd one to pin the price down once you cancel the first trench of sale orders. The reverse can be seen on the way up. You would have to do it this way or you partner would buy your shares pretty fast. This way you can drive the price down, get others to list, drive the price down more, then cancel the 1st lot of sell orders and buy up other peoples shares cheap.
I could be wrong, I'm just speculating.
RE: Can anyone make sense of this please?
“All Time” refers to the price movement of the shares currently held in your portfolio, since you bought those shares - it’s a weighted average, taking into account the different prices you bought different amounts of different shares at.
“7 Day” refers to the price change of shares you currently hold that have been in your portfolio for at least 7 days, compared to the weighted average value of each of those holdings, seven days ago. Shares bought less than seven days ago aren’t counted, because they weren’t held at the point in time we compare against.
“24 Hour” refers to the price change of shares you currently hold that have been in your portfolio for at least 24 hours, compared to the weighted average value of each of those holdings, 24 hours ago. Shares bought less than 24hrs ago aren’t counted, because they weren’t held at the point in time we compare against.
The values of these can be different.
For example: If you bought one share and it increased in value 5% on the day you bought it, the all time profit would immediately be 5%, but the 7 day and 24h profit would be zero. If it increased in value by another 5% after the share was held for 24h, it would be 10% all time, 0% 7 Day, and at the time of the price increase, the 24h value would become 5%. If the price remained static after that, the 24h change would return to 0% after 24 hours.
With cash values: If you bought one £10 share and it increased in value £1 on the day you bought it, the all time profit would immediately be £1, but the 7 day and 24h profit would be zero. If it increased in value by another £1 after the share was held for 24h, it would be £2 all time, £0 7 Day, and at the time of the price increase, the £ value would become £1. If the price remained static after that, the 24h change would return to £0 after 24 hours, if the price moved in the previous 24h period, or during the day, this value could vary.
These are simplified examples, and complexity is added when there are different amounts of shares bought and sold at different times, some of which may or may not be counted in the 7 day and/or 24h calculation depending on when they were bought, and the fluctuation of multiple share prices in both the retrospective 7 day and 24h retrospective windows, and the various points in time at which a user checks their portfolio stats.
RE: Is anyone in this forum trying to make money ?
@It's-Over okay. VPN applications encrypts the data before it is transmitted. Your ISP sees traffic going from your IP to the IP of the VPN, but they can't read the data. FI won't know where you are or what your doing, but they know it's a VPN.
@FI_ALEX can you please comfirm, because if not FI have a big compliance issue if you're not picking up VPNs.
Anyway I know you're a troll and full of it. So I won't be baited in anymore.