Football Fortune is a trading style of Admatrix Ltd Company number 08475546 VAT registration 195579545
At the world’s first football stock exchange you can invest in individual football players. Your knowledge could be the key to a football fortune.
Once you have built a portfolio of players you can then earn dividends, trade players and sell at a profit based on their real-life form.
Perform analysis and find strategies that work for you in order to steadily increase the volume and size of investments you make.
Football Fortune is focused on providing a simple yet useful introduction to Football Index - the world’s first football stock exchange where you can trade real football players for real money 24 hours a day. Compared to a financial stock market such as the FTSE 100, the football stock exchange is very similar in that you buy units of football players (rather than units of a company) and their price on the exchange is determined by a number of factors, especially performance. Therefore, just as a good financial performance will help raise a company’s share price on a traditional stock market, a good performance on the pitch will help raise the price of a football player on the football stock exchange.
How It Works
Buy a selection of players that will form your initial portfolio. These could be players that you follow already and whom you are familiar with in terms of performance.
The price of your players will rise (or fall) depending on several factors such as performance on the pitch, market movements and news, gossip and media attention.
Monitor your position in order to cash out (i.e. trade) when you think the price of a particular player has reached a peak, using the proceeds to purchase other players.
What Factors Affect the Price of Players? Pitch Performance A good performance on the pitch is a key indicator of how a player’s price may move following (or during) the game. Performing well increases the player’s popularity and supply and demand indicates that when a player is popular, more people want to hit the buy button, meaning that an increase in popularity corresponds to an increase in the price. Conversely a poor performance is likely to send the price on a downward trend. Market Movements Consider what happens on the financial stock markets when a large shareholding is sold. The price generally falls because the market becomes saturated with those shares. Again supply and demand comes into play and the opposite can be true when a large shareholding is purchased - the price generally increases. Relating this to the football stock market, the same can happen i.e. the buying and selling behaviour of investors can move the price accordingly. News and Media Off the pitch, news reports and media activity can have an impact on football player’s prices. Consider a news article revealing a serious injury - something like this will likely affect the player’s popularity and when market movements are considered the result will likely be negative for the price. Rumours can also have an impact, for example if it is rumoured that a player is set for a big money move, this will likely have a positive impact on the price.
How do I Decide When to Sell? Monitor Your Position Having an up-to-date view of your overall position at any time is key to knowing how the market is moving and when you may wish to sell a particular player. Recording information daily in a spreadsheet with charts is an excellent way for you to spot trends and when a player’s ceiling price may have been reached. Over time, you’ll get a feel for how individual news articles or game outcomes can affect a player’s price and you’ll learn when to either take the profit or cut the loss. Stay Informed Being the first to see and hear football results and related media content can mean you react quicker than other traders. For example, if you hear good news about a particular player, you can be first to buy and then watch the price increase whilst the market reacts to other people doing the same. If you’ve had a player that has already made you a profit and then bad news hits, perhaps as a result of an injury, you can be one of the first to sell, locking in your profit whilst you then watch the price fall for other traders.
Get your football trading off to a flying start with the current promotion from Football Index where you can trade up to £500 risk free for 7 days.
Start Trading Start Trading
18+ only, terms and conditions apply www.gambleaware.co.uk
At the world’s first football stock exchange you can invest in individual football players. Your knowledge could be the key to a football fortune.
Once you have built a portfolio of players you can then earn dividends, trade players and sell at a profit based on their real-life form.
Perform analysis and find strategies that work for you in order to steadily increase the volume and size of investments you make.
Football Fortune is focused on providing a simple yet useful introduction to Football Index - the world’s first football stock exchange where you can trade real football players for real money 24 hours a day. Compared to a financial stock market such as the FTSE 100, the football stock exchange is very similar in that you buy units of football players (rather than units of a company) and their price on the exchange is determined by a number of factors, especially performance. Therefore, just as a good financial performance will help raise a company’s share price on a traditional stock market, a good performance on the pitch will help raise the price of a football player on the football stock exchange.
How It Works
Buy a selection of players that will form your initial portfolio. These could be players that you follow already and whom you are familiar with in terms of performance.
The price of your players will rise (or fall) depending on several factors such as performance on the pitch, market movements and news, gossip and media attention.
Monitor your position in order to cash out (i.e. trade) when you think the price of a particular player has reached a peak, using the proceeds to purchase other players.
What Factors Affect the Price of Players? Pitch Performance A good performance on the pitch is a key indicator of how a player’s price may move following (or during) the game. Performing well increases the player’s popularity and supply and demand indicates that when a player is popular, more people want to hit the buy button, meaning that an increase in popularity corresponds to an increase in the price. Conversely a poor performance is likely to send the price on a downward trend. Market Movements Consider what happens on the financial stock markets when a large shareholding is sold. The price generally falls because the market becomes saturated with those shares. Again supply and demand comes into play and the opposite can be true when a large shareholding is purchased - the price generally increases. Relating this to the football stock market, the same can happen i.e. the buying and selling behaviour of investors can move the price accordingly. News and Media Off the pitch, news reports and media activity can have an impact on football player’s prices. Consider a news article revealing a serious injury - something like this will likely affect the player’s popularity and when market movements are considered the result will likely be negative for the price. Rumours can also have an impact, for example if it is rumoured that a player is set for a big money move, this will likely have a positive impact on the price.
How do I Decide When to Sell? Monitor Your Position Having an up-to-date view of your overall position at any time is key to knowing how the market is moving and when you may wish to sell a particular player. Recording information daily in a spreadsheet with charts is an excellent way for you to spot trends and when a player’s ceiling price may have been reached. Over time, you’ll get a feel for how individual news articles or game outcomes can affect a player’s price and you’ll learn when to either take the profit or cut the loss. Stay Informed Being the first to see and hear football results and related media content can mean you react quicker than other traders. For example, if you hear good news about a particular player, you can be first to buy and then watch the price increase whilst the market reacts to other people doing the same. If you’ve had a player that has already made you a profit and then bad news hits, perhaps as a result of an injury, you can be one of the first to sell, locking in your profit whilst you then watch the price fall for other traders.
Get your football trading off to a flying start with the current promotion from Football Index where you can trade up to £500 risk free for 7 days.
Start Trading Start Trading
Football Fortune is a trading style of Admatrix Ltd Company number 08475546 VAT registration 195579545
18+ only, terms and conditions apply www.gambleaware.co.uk
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