How Can You Minimize Your Risk When Taking on FIFA 15 Coins Investments?
The aim of this guide is to shed some light on how you can minimize your risk when taking on investments. The guide will cater for players which are as low risk as it gets, and also players which are slightly higher risk.
To begin, you will all know that every player in FIFA 15 Ultimate Team has a quick sell (discard) value. These quick sell values are essentially a safety net, providing you with an insured amount of coins. Before getting into the nuts and bolts of this guide, we’ll begin by listing every quick sell value with regard to each player rating;
Please note: Many of these rating categories will obviously be unattainable at near quick sell value.
Gauge how susceptible a chosen player is to rise in price (both in the short term and long term).
For your reference, check the listed quick sell values to see whether it can act as a safety net on your investment.
Sell at an inflated price (hopefully) when you feel the time is right. You should use your experience of the FUT 15 Transfer Market here, but we’ll provide analysis further on in this guide.
Use the profit you make to re-invest in other players (preferably hovering around their quick sell value, or their consistent going rate, further limiting the risk). It’s difficult to lose many coins if the player is purchased outside of a market crash period, and consistently sells at the rate you purchase him for.
The key to gauging how susceptible a player is to rise in price is to think in terms of their supply and demand. Assuming no events cause a fluctuation in supply (keep an eye out for these), you should pay particular attention to their demand.
Note: The main events which can cause a fluctuation in supply are; pack offers, a quality totw (more packs opened), and those which hoard investments and sell at an obvious time, constantly undercutting one another.
What can increase the demand for a player?
Firstly, and in terms of this coin making method, a player with favourable stats (or sometimes even mediocre stats) can see an increase in demand when they are the specific requirement for a hyped FUT 15 Tournament. Scarcity is key here, as similar alternatives will allow FUTers to scope the cheapest option. The hype of a tournament will be dependent upon two factors; mainly the win rewards, and secondly the publicity generated (for example a popular YouTuber may enter the tournament for the fun of it, causing many of their subscribers to also do the same). Your focus should be on players that many other FUTers will want to use for their teams.
Why invest now if the tournament is 5 months away (especially with an upcoming market crash)?
We knew you would be thinking this! The idea is that you pick up the players when they are close to quick sell value as they could potentially rise at any time. It just so happened that with the extra publicity, more FUTers took note and started purchasing them. The addition of Shane Long in TOTW 9 also helped secure his price increase. Their values as of now are as follows;
Shane Long: 950 coins Playstation 3/4, 750 coins Xbox 360/One
Aiden McGeady: 1900 coins Playstation 3/4, 1400 coins Xbox 360/One
Not bad profits in a short space of time!
We anticipate that prices will fall to nearer their original values throughout the looming market crash (during Mid December until Mid January), and will rise thereafter in the build up until the tournament. You should focus on certain players nearing quick sell throughout the market crash.
What tournaments can this coin making method potentially be used with?
It’s fairly difficult to get specific, other than the St. Patrick’s Day tournament, as tournaments will change for the most part from year to year. With this being said, your focus can also shift to ‘events’ that cause a player’s demand to increase.
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