The FUT 14 Golden Traing Rules (一)

fifahead Date: Feb/26/14 10:33:22 Views: 441

As we already said, the best way to earn coins in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team is buying cheap and selling expensive. But how do you know when, where and what to buy and sell ?If you follow the ten golden rules you’ll definitely be a successful trader.


Knowing the market is fundamental in order to have success as a trader in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team.
The most basic idea about trading is selling at a price that is superior to the one you paid for. If you buy a card hoping to find someone to buy it for more coins than you bought it for, you’ll never succeed. Things don’t just happen like this. The market is somewhat predictable. You’ll have to study it to start recognizing a price that is below the balanced price and to predict the price that the demand is willing to offer.

In order to study the market you can spend hours looking at the cards to see the ones that are sold and the ones that aren’t. But also you can use more useful tools in this process. It’s the case of the FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Database. With them you have easy access to the valuable information about any card in the game: average selling prices, transaction amounts, price history, concurrence, new cards, etc.

There is another tactic, its as simple, that has good results when you want to study a specific market. You just add a big amount of the same card to your transfer target list and observe their final prices.

In the end, this is the most basic information you’ll have to know: at what price a determined card is bought/sold in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team. It is this analysis you will have to study very carefully. Obviously, with so much information available, you can make a deeper investigation into the market and then maximize your profit possibilities.

We advise that you analyse the following aspects of the market you’re about to study:
>If the evolution of the prices are regular or if there are many “peaks”;
>The price variation over the hours of the day;
>The price variation over the days of the week;
>The price variation according to the card’s chemistry styles, possible different positioning, etc;
>The existence and the behaviour of the prices of the cards that can substitute the ones of the market you’re about to study;
>The quantities that are normally transacted;
>The introduction of new cards on the market (UP, IF, etc).

As you can see, you already found some practical utilities to the basic notions of economy. Whoever is able to manage all this information will have an advantage over the concurrence, which can be turned into profits.You don’t need to catch up with all the auctions in order to know what the demand is for certain types of cards. Use the button ‘add to transfer target‘ on all the same cards you find and later you’ll be able to see how much they have sold for.