⚽ What is Football Index
Football Index is an innovative trading platform which allows football fans to buy shares in their favourite footballers. Traders choose the players they think will perform well to invest in, which will in turn increase demand for them, and therefore their value will rise.
How do I win and make money?
You can profit in 3 different ways from your player share holdings. There are 2 different types of dividend pay outs (Media Buzz & Performance Buzz) as well as buying player shares low, then selling for a higher price later when your players perform well on the pitch.
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⚽ 3 Ways To Get Paid
① How do I make money buying and selling player shares?
A player share, also known as a “Future”, is very similar to buying shares in a company on the Stock Market. It represents a partial ownership in that player. You can buy up to a maximum of 100 shares in any 1 player in a single transaction.
Buy low & sell high is the aim of the game here. A player who performs well on the pitch, is a rising star or features regularly in the media, will likely see an increase in demand for shares in that player from other traders, which then results in a price increase.
② What is a Performance Buzz dividend?
This dividend is paid out on matchdays and is awarded to the best defender, midfielder, attacker and star player on any given match day. The amount varies depending on how many matches are played on that day. If you hold shares in any winning player, you get a cash dividend paid directly into your cash balance. Football Index uses a range of determinants to calculate the winners, which you can see in the accompanying image.
Please Note: Only the Top 200 priced footballers in the 1st Team at the end of that specific day are eligible to be scored on the Performance Ranking.
UPDATE: Performance Bonuses Have Now Been Doubled by Football Index! See Image for double rates.
Example: If you own 100 Shares in Mo Salah on a Treble Day, as he is a striker (FWD), you would be paid a £12 dividend (100 x £0.12) if he wins the Performance Buzz on that day. This continues time and time again for as long as you own the 100 Mo Salah shares. See the graph for more details.
③ What is a Media Buzz dividend?
This dividend is paid out every single day, even when there are no games being played! It is paid out to the top 3 players, and is rated on a points scoring system aligned with media coverage from the following football UK newsfeeds:
Talksport, UEFA. The FA, ESPN, FIFA, Football League, Daily Mail, Daily Star, The Times, Telegraph, Independent, Express, Guardian, Metro, Daily Mirror, BBC, Football365, Goal.com, Huffington Post, Sky Sports.
All cash dividends are paid directly to your Football Index account balance.
Please Note: Only the Top 200 priced footballers in the 1st Team at the end of that specific day are eligible to be scored on the Media Ranking.
Example: If you own 100 Shares in John Stones on a day when there are no eligible fixtures being played, if he comes 1st in the Media Rankings, then you would receive an £8 dividend (100 x £0.08) as he has won the Media Buzz on that day. This continues time and time again for as long as you own the 100 John Stones shares. See the graph for more details.