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Eaglenation_Glenn
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Posted on 2017-01-26 18:28:43
I know the regel.aber when I I. first, set wanted looked I on the market after what comparable costs as was then one of the had so much is required. so I thought that's the market value. after it is not way went I asked here in the forum. was so no malicious intent.
  
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Posted on 2017-01-26 18:50:29
Eaglenation_Glenn wrote:

I know the regel.aber when I I. first, set wanted looked I on the market after what comparable costs as was then one of the had so much is required. so I thought that's the market value. after it is not way went I asked here in the forum. was so no malicious intent.



what?
  

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Eaglenation_Glenn
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Posted on 2017-01-26 19:11:05
I know the rule But when I wanted to adjust the first time I looked at the market for what comparable costs there was then one had asked so much. That's why I thought this is the market value. After he did not go away I asked here in the forum. Was therefore no malicious intention.
  
Eaglenation_Glenn
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Posted on 2017-01-26 19:19:17
There is something like a list how much which player is worth depending on age and talent. That one has a guideline?
  
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Posted on 2017-01-26 20:43:35
Eaglenation_Glenn wrote:

There is something like a list how much which player is worth depending on age and talent. That one has a guideline?



Not really. A general guideline is to start the bids for anyone under 3.5* talent around 1,000 to 5,000 at the most. 3.5* to 4* talent starting around 1,000, to 50,000, depending on age, fitness and skill development, 4.5* to 5* talent starting around 1,000 to 1,000,000, depending on age, fitness and skill development. There are some players that are rare, like a 20 intel, high con, high fitness and young player of 4.5* or 5* talent that probably could be started between 1,000,0000 and 5,000,000 and still sell easily, but those are rare. In most cases, if you start the bidding for players you are selling between 1K and 10K, then advertise their talent or any fitness caps, then the market will determine the value. Good players generally sell for a lot and bad players, not so much. When you start the bidding lower, you generally will attract more attention and usually, with more bidders interested, you stand a better chance of someone running the bid up. Good luck
  

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Eaglenation_Glenn
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Posted on 2017-01-26 21:27:29
Thank you very much
  
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Posted on 2017-01-27 2:23:31
Start as low as you are willing to accept for the player, then advertise. In most cases, the market will take care of you. If you don't advertise, you may not get any bids.
Players under 3.5* talent have very little value, because their peak is so low. They are useful for developing teams while they develop their future studs, but they aren't really worth developing themselves. Just my opinion though.
  


 
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