I'm only bitter because I missed out when he was IPO'd!
Joking aside, I certainly plan to buy quite a bit of him over the summer assuming his price drops sufficiently.
That's the dilemma. He's played a total of 45 minutes in Ligue 1 this year so you wonder how much PB action he'll get for over the next 2/3 months. He'll gradually be given more playing time I'm sure but how much before the summer?
No doubt the kid is a future star and will be worth a lot more in the next 1-2 years. However, given how much profit you guys have locked in, is it not tempting to sell and buy back in over the summer when his price will inevitably drop? On the lead up to and during the Euros, he will be forgotten as traders goes crazy for international players. Buying back during this window might be the best strategy because no doubt everyone will be going crazy for him again on the lead up to the 2020/21 season.
I bought some Malinovsky 2/3 weeks ago so I'm hoping he gets some game time. Not holding my breath though. There is so much competition for places. I also have some De Roon but I think you've got the better hand in terms of tomorrow.
As a Caqueret holder, his absence from the squad (and the fact that Aouar is not starting either) actually feels like a good thing. This is a cup game so I'd expect some rotation. Caqueret and Aouar started the last Ligue 1 game and I hope/expect both to come back in for their next league game.
I was tempted to sell him when he had a spike at about the £2 mark but glad I didn't after today's performance. I'm wondering if I am being greedy though and should I have sold up during the game.
I'm intrigued on when other traders sell to market on a spike.
Take today as an example. Would you sell when he scored his second or third goal, when you know that others are buying by the hundreds? Or do you hold until tomorrow (hoping that he holds onto the top Forward/Star Man spot), take the dividends and then try to sell to market? His price will inevitable drop tomorrow so it'll be hard to do that. Or do you hold, take the dividends and then sell on the lead up to the next easy Lazio fixture when others inevitable buy him on the Saturday/Sunday morning?
Thought I would revisit this thread given it's been 4 months and he's on fire again today. I don't think he gets the credit he deserves.
I bought 160 shares at £1.41 in October. In addition to CA he has also brought me £41.60 in dividends . Despite his age, he's a goal machine and will feature for Italy at Euro 2020.
Proof that you can still make good money out of an older player. When's the best exit point though? Now? On the run up to the Euros? During the Euros?
I think they play with Lewandowski as the focal point, up top on his own, and then 3 behind him. Milik is competing with several others (the main one being Zielinski) for a starting spot in the 11 so he's more of a risk for Poland. Less risk for Napoli where he is the main goalscorer.
I've only got the free membership for Indexgain and the stats I have access to for Raul De Tomas aren't particularly impressive: 37 games, 44.73 PB average, 190 PB max and 3p of PB dividends won. Of course, that average includes sub appearances which doesn't help.
Milik at Napoli?
Ok, so he's not under 25, he is 25. Ticks the other boxes and, although some speculation linking him to Utd, I don't think it's serious. Added bonus - going to Euro 2020 as part of Poland squad.
Edit: Raul De Tomas as a more obscure pick. Just moved to Espanyol. Under £1 too. Not sure about his PB suitability, will see how he settles into his new team.
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