I own pogba because he gets dividends and I reckon his price will rise throughout the season.
So have a small is portfolio and 20 futures in both, is it worth keep them both with such small amount of futures and with div being a small amount each win?
Got at pogba 7.00 and messi at 4.80, so will be selling with some profit.
Thinking of selling one and putting in to the other or selling both and putting in to a cheeper div prospect
I have a small portfolio as well and own 10 shares of the ‘big hitters’ like pogba, Messi, Neymar etc. Although each dividend payout is a relatively low value, they’re fairly regular and it’s unusual for me to not have players in the MB positions less than 4/5 times a week. As a result 7% of my portfolio value is from dividends.
Deal finialised between Everton and Juventus subject to medical, fee around £30m. Announced by Paul Joyce on twitter around midnight last night - Joyce is kosher on all things Everton and Liverpool.
Exciting signing for the blues. Expect he’ll need time to settle into the league but very much looking forward to seeing him in blue.
@This-is-the-one I’ve invested a little more than you at £400. I’ve got a small holding in a good chunk of the MB regulars (Neymar, Messi etc) to keep the money pot ticking over while having larger holdings in lower priced players I anticipate to rise in price. Seems to be working as I’m sat on over 40% ROI after 12 months or so.
I’m just shy of 50% ROI after 12 months or so of trading.
Once I surpass 50% I’m going to start withdrawing every month whatever I have which takes me above 50% until I’m trading with pure profit. This will take a number of months, so I haven’t decided what my plan is after that!
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