Lets just keep this thread trending, so no one gets tricked by the Rooney pump and dump.
Hope that fool who led the pump gets badly burned by the massive spread.
I'm a big fan of Noir's data and that shows that Kane (67p - which excludes 5p MB from last night) has the 9th highest dividend returns this season. He's behind Salah (79p) and Neymar (117p), but both those players are much more expensive than him.
Good time to top up on Kane. Considering the growth in the market, he'll sail passed £10+ once he returns from injury.
Not the most exciting hold, but I'm balls deep in the likes of Neymar, Pogba and Salah already and Kane is a steady dividend returner. Plus he'll have Nations League and potential transfer interest over the Summer, when others go quiet.
A very rough guide is approx 100 shares per 1p share price - so for the big name players who probably IPOed at 25p, this could mean 97,500 shares if they were £10 in price.
It all depends on whether you think prices are likely to increase or decrease in a particular player. If you think they’ll increase, but now. If you think they’ll decrease, wait and buy later.
If prices stay the same, the split is irrelevant because as an example you either have 100 futures at £10 each or 400 futures at £2.50 each. Total value is still the same.
Good point. I'm trying not to hold more than 100 futures in any given player for that very reason.
There will be winners and losers immediately after the share split, but given time, as the Index grows (and most players increase in price) the four way share split (if it is a four way split) will deliver huge increases to pre-split holders - i.e. every 1p rise will be four times more profitable than it is now.
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