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here is an update on day 1, feel free to make any trades necesarry. Day 1 ends at midnight. The prices projected are only tentative based on current sales and market conditions. ^_^

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25x HUNR

10x FUL

3x SMUK

3x CRASS

I had to mark your purchase down to 2 Crass because 3 would put you over your dollar amount

My bad. Mistype :blush:

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here is an update on day 1, feel free to make any trades necesarry. Day 1 ends at midnight. The prices projected are only tentative based on current sales and market conditions. ^_^

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If we are buying at projected prices,

Sell 20x FUL, 20x HUNR

Buy 40x HOTY

If we are buying at sale prices,

sell everything and buy 14x HORID

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Do we get a projected change each day or do we just need to watch them change?

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Do we get a projected change each day or do we just need to watch them change?

Projected change happens about half the day (maybe 3/4s of the day if it is a busy day)

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Are the prices/projections controlled by market forces too big to influence or do our purchases have an effect?

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Sell:

2xSMUK

10xFUL

10xHUNR

1xEXCT

Buy:

27x HOTY

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Are the prices/projections controlled by market forces too big to influence or do our purchases have an effect?

80percent purchases 20percent randomness to reflect larger market conditions

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stock projections for day 3

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Sell 10 HUNR

Sell 2 PUNTY

Buy 6 CRASS

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note that the projected amount for day 3 is already included and is based off the assumption that nothing in terms of purchases or other market conditions change.

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sell 30 FUL

buy 20 HOTY

buy 1 HORID

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Day 4 stock prices and projections for day 5 as always projections are only anticipated amounts and don't account for randomness or sells.

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Sell:

1xSMUK

10xFUL

10xHUNR

25xHOTY

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buy 400 HOTY

buy 5 FUL

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Sell 5 SMUK

Sell 6 CRASS

Sell 3 BAIZ

Edit - Also. flame, you might wanna check your post, I don't think you have enough money for that :P

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I can only assume that flamebird wanted to have a total of 40 of the stock hoty. as purchasing 400 or 40 was not feasible with their current cash levels.

This is day 5. Looks like the randomization and the sell off's by the group really impacted the stock values. Thanks for causing a mini-recession guys!!! :dry:

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Buy 35x HORID

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dang it. I looked at the projected sale price, not the market purchase price... Fail. Sorry.

buy 20x PUNTY

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Just to confirm, if we buy lots of something does it's value go up? And vice versa?

Buy 400 PUNTY (That is 400, btw :P)

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Just to confirm, if we buy lots of something does it's value go up? And vice versa?

Buy 400 PUNTY (That is 400, btw :P)

Like any stock market purchase, there is no gurantee of increase but typically decreasing supply with a steady demand does increase its value. But consider what it means to have a steady demand.

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So would it be a better strategy to buy small amounts of a stock continuously, as opposed to buying loads at once? Or are you not allowed to give help? :P

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So would it be a better strategy to buy small amounts of a stock continuously, as opposed to buying loads at once? Or are you not allowed to give help? :P

It depends. :-P
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so here's how it works. let's say you own 40 stock. you want to sell. if more people want that stock than you have available the price goes up. good for you. if very few or no one wants it, the price goes down. bad for you. my personal recomondation is to diversify.

you win some stocks and lose others. in agragate you'll come out even, in the short term however you can expect to gain 2-5% of your investment. the key is to try to predict what you think everyone else wants. if you think everyone is going to want stock A in two turns, you want stock A in one, and then sell it on turn three, unless you expect more people to invest turn three.

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