@NewUser159387 said in Will pogba play for Utd again?:
Yes he wins 3p regularly but I doubt his seasons earnings have even covered the capital loss
By all means have an opinion but it is annoying when you make it sound worse probably on purpose to suit... it isn't just the 3p wins it's the triple media days where he has won 5p quite often. 5p is more then winning star mid on a bronze or silver day. The first half of season had very few of these due to Euro qualifiers and group games in Europe comps.. the second half of season will have more of these and no one can argue that this should benefit Pogba holders more then many if not all other holds!
Regarding your throwaway remark that his div returns is not more then drop in value this was also bad advice and stupid seeing as his price has fluctuated a lot. I got in at average 6.75 in summer. He is 6.40 yet I have got around 40p in dividends so for me his season returns are beating his price drop I also took advantage of 10% deposit bonus. There will be some that got in higher of course and some got in at his lowest of 5.80-6.00 where he has been a great return of divs and with cap app! I could have sold around 6.65 but I'm happy to hold knowing it's a 3 year hold and expect his price to continue to fluctuate.
Having money tied up in Pogba is also a half arsed comment. It is a known strategy to reinvest dividends and make gains off of the back of dividends. You could then apply those gains back to Pogba.
Pogba is obviously a bad hold for short term and not saying he is a choice I advise but he is a very valid investment strategy especially the risk in drop of value seems to be offset by the continuous growth of FI. The players under him some with 0 div returns are catching him up meaning he should not fall much further.