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Simple! A player or club increases their performance or popularity, their price goes up. They don't, their price drops.

Buy Low and Sell High

Each user begins with $10,000 in virtual money. Invest in the correct stocks and you will see your portfolio rise in value.

If you have a hunch on a player or club, buy low and sell when you think their value can't rise much higher.

Stock Prices

The basis on how prices are evaluated is as follows:

Performance Value

Only home & away and finals matches count towards the performance value of a player or club.

  • Players: Based on their performances in their most recent matches, with each more recent match having a higher influence on their share price. How the player performs compared to the rest of the competition will have a large bearing on their share price.
  • Clubs: Based on recent matches played, with each more recent match having a much higher influence on their share price.

Popularity

The more popular the player and clubs are among users, the higher the share price is driven. If investors jump off the wagon of a particular stock, the price will be sent spiralling downwards.

Experience

A player's experience has a bearing on their share price. The more experienced a player is, the higher the price can get.

Draftees

The higher the draft pick, the more valuable the stock. Rookies and any draft players' initial values are based on what number they got picked up in the drafts.

Stock Limits

You can buy as many different stocks as you wish. The maximum number of shares in any one particular player or club that you can own is 1,000.

Stock Lockouts

When a match is in progress, players and clubs participating in that match are locked out - you cannot buy or sell them.

Lockouts begin just before the match starts and end shortly after a match has finished. The performance values - and hence the price - of players and clubs will be updated before a lockout ends.

Transaction Fees

A Seller Fee applies when selling a stock. This is an extremely small fee which stops investors from buying a stock then selling it as soon as the stock's price has risen due to its increase in popularity.

There are no transaction fees when buying a stock.

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