Monthly Archives: December 2014

Making calculated risks and understanding the market

There’s a lot of guides on the web regarding this subject! we’ve tried most of them! Some of them are very time consuming, some aren’t! I primarily use 4 ways to earn FIFA 15 coins.

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No 1: Exploiting tournament system

I dont think this will be pacthed. But in FIFA 14 you would only get a gold pack for winning the tournament for the first time! In FIFA15 you will get a gold pack each time you win! Furthermore its pretty fun to play tournaments, and you dont have to spend money to get the thrill of opening packs! I mostly play tournaments. ;-) So playing tournaments (Assuming that you win it, will get you = 2.800 for playing 4 games + 2.000 for winning + gold pack (5.000) = 9.800 coins per hour! Assuming that 4 games takes around 1 hour)

No 2: Know when to buy an IF player (Make calculated risks)

In the beginning of FIFA15 i bought for example Miranda (IF). My thought was that only Sergio Ramos was better! Its actually still like that! So I bought him for 70k and sold him recently for 130k = around 50-55k profit on 1 player.

Making calculated risks and understanding the market: An IF player is always very expensive when he enters the market! Assuming he is worth using in the future! When TOTW is out each wednesday, buy the IF`s! If you want to try to invest and make profit on IF`s buy them monday or tuesday evening (A lot of the same player on the market, cheapest price!!)

They rules in my head: Buy IF`s whos actually usable in the future! Like Lahm just came out (Bought him for 240k assuming that he will be more expensive in 3-4 weeks, I dont use him. Its only investments! Furthermore, this aint at all time consuming (more time to play the game!)

No 3: Getting better at fifa! OBVIOUS! Winning tournaments and getting up in higher divisions will earn you more coins.

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31 Dec 2014

Torres did not celebrate when Chelsea scored against Atleti in the UEFA Champions League

The Spaniard agreed to make his loan switch from the English Premier League leaders to the San Siro a permanent one on 27 December, but by the 29 December he was announced as an Atleti player on loan until the summer of 2016. The move, confirmed on the website of the Spanish La Liga champions, sets the 30-year-old up for an emotional return to the Vicente Calderon. And now you can buy some cheap FIFA 15 coins by our website to play in FIFA 15.

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He told us: “I’m going to Atletico in the pursuit of my happiness. When I was a child, my dream was to play for Atletico. I achieved that and to come back now is another dream I get to accomplish again. I’ve been fine with other teams, but there isn’t one like Atleti.”

 

A lifelong fan of Los Rojiblancos, Torres did not celebrate when Chelsea scored against Atleti in the UEFA Champions League earlier this season and has made his love of the club well known. “I was not a Liverpool fan or a Chelsea fan in Madrid,” he once said. “I was an Atletico fan. I still am. Maybe they’re the only badge I will kiss.” Torres scored 91 goals in 244 appearances for Atleti after making his debut as a 17-year-old in 2001.

 

The Spain striker sent a message to the Atletico fans on Monday, saying: “Nobody can doubt how I’ll feel wearing that shirt again. Atleti fans always demand your all on the field and I guarantee that I will give them that and more.”

 

Liverpool signed him from the Spanish club in 2007 and, after thrilling Anfield for the best part of four years, he left for Chelsea in a £50m switch but the move started a steady decline in his personal fortunes. Despite winning the FA Cup, UEFA Europa League and Champions League, he found goals hard to come by and a return of 45 goals in 172 games, while not prolific, is still not a true reflection of his struggles.

 

Just 20 of those goals were in the Premier League, scant return compared to the 65 the double European champion and one-time World Cup winner got for Liverpool. He joined Milan at the start of the season but has continued to labour for goals, netting just once.

 

A statement from Atleti read: “Fernando Torres returns to Atletico Madrid after an agreement reached by our club with Milan for the international striker to play on loan for the remainder of the season and one more. The player will have a medical on 5 January. He returns home, where he trained as a player and became one of our biggest stars.”

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30 Dec 2014

FIFA Goalkeeping:How to Be a Better Goalkeeper

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In FIFA 15 and 14, 13 and 12 for that matter if you are playing Head to head or Ultimate team games you can force your keeper to attempt saves by pressing the shoot button when the opponent has taken a shot. Pretend you are the keeper and move the left stick in direction of the ball and press shoot. You will be surprised how useful this is.

A goalkeeper in Pro Clubs is a must if you are aiming big and want to become the number one club in the world. A pro goalkeeper is (in my opinion) the most important person of your team. If you are struggling to score or are just literally being outplayed, a good goalkeeper can keep you in the game, whereas a AI keeper would just fold over. We’ve all had that moment in a Pro Clubs match where the AI keeper fails to save a simple shot and after you think to yourself “I could have saved that!” It can be very frustrating!

1. Camera angle
Change your camera angle to ‘Pro’. It will be a lot easier this way as you can see where you are positioned in the goal and it also makes it easier to see the path of shots and crosses too. The camera is set behind the goal and it pans with the position of the ball. Pressing select will change the camera position from behind the goal to the ball, which can be useful when the ball is further up the pitch for viewing purposes. Watching from your goal line is pretty boring! I wouldn’t recommend playing with the ‘tele’ angle either. You can’t quite judge if a shot is going left or right of the goal or if you’re in the middle of the goal. It may take some time getting used to, but believe me you will reap the benefits in the end.

2. Positioning
This is probably the hardest part of being a pro goalkeeper, your positioning. I often hold left bumper (LB on xbox/L1 on PS3) to keep my pro goalkeeper in position. Most of the time it is pretty competent, but when dealing with corners and crosses, I would strongly recommend repositioning manually! Please see my paragraph on corners further down the page for a full explanation. Keeping LB/L1 held also stops you from running out of position too much. The last thing you want to be doing is running around like a dodo bird in the area. Your goalkeeper will lose his composure if you do this, allowing the attacker to catch you off guard and possibly score as a result.

3. Dealing with 2v1 (sweaty passers)
The only time I would consider not using LB/L1 is when dealing with 2 on 1 situations. This is where the attackers have broken free of your defenders and are coming straight at you. The opportunity arises where the attackers can perform what I like to call a “jobseeker” (known as sweating in the community). Their tactic will be to bring you out and just before you get close, they’ll pass across to the other attacker and score. Using LB/L1 doesn’t account for these. The pro goalkeeper will line up to defend against the attacker with the ball, probably at the near post. But when they pass, your goalkeeper will be out of position allowing an easy shot into an open goal. Don’t get caught out!

4. Don’t spam pass button
Have you ever noticed a pro goalkeeper throwing his arms into the air when the ball is around the box area? Or, why a goalkeeper makes an acrobatic dive out at corners? This will be because the pro goalkeeper is spamming the pass button. Do not ever do this. This puts your goalkeeper in a state of trance where he cannot perform any movement until a second later. This could cost you dearly with one on ones. A good striker will try to trick/fake shot you, hoping that you’ll be spamming pass for them to score. Be confident and press pass button only at the right time. The striker will no doubt hesitate if you do not take the bait and you’ll be successful in winning the ball.

5. Corners
Corners can be tricky at times. Do you rush out or stay on the line? My advice, always stay on the line. Keep LB/L1 held down and do not spam pass! Your keeper will then only commit to intercept crosses if it is close, otherwise get ready for a potential header on goal. A pro striker against an AI defender will no doubt get onto these headers. Your goalkeeper will have already reposition himself to defend against the incoming header so don’t panic.

6.Goal kicks
Goal kicks depend on your playing style and other pro players. If you have a tall pro striker up front then it would be an option kick the ball to him for a potential nod on to his striking partner. If you choose this path, do not apply full power to the kick. Your strikers will struggle to gain the ball and you’ll most likely lose possession. Try aiming for around 75% power (green bit of the bar) and it should 9/10 times land at your strikers head.

7. Saving power penalties
This won’t work for finesse shots but you will be able to tell if the player is going to use power as you can see the power meter! So practice this technique and you will save most power penalties.

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26 Dec 2014

FIFA 15 Team of the Year Preview

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Once a year, a team featuring the best players of the year is announced. On FIFA 15 this is the TOTY, which is released on the 12th of January. Such as the Happy Hours, this release is responsible for thousands of pack openings. It also means severe price falls. The biggest difference is that everything happens at an absolute immense scale: these cards are the best in the game, they come in packs for one week and prices fall to never before seen values.

The effect caused by the Team of the Year is felt way before it’s even announced. The game barely starts and there are already some players planning on building their squads in January, at a point when buying the best players will cost them the same as how much they’d spend building an average team in the beginning. Many others decide to monetize their teams, selling them all before the TOTY comes out and then buying it all again. The start of a more severe devaluation happens before Christmas and is prolonged until the TOTY release.

The cards’ prices on the market follow, generally, the tendency illustrated on the following image. We can divide this price behaviour by the following stages:
Stage 1 – Before the TOTY release
Prices start to fall more severely as from the third week of December.
Stage 2 – TOTY release day (12th of January 2015, Monday)
Cards get cheaper.
Stage 3 – Second day of TOTY (13th of January 2015, Tuesday)
Prices slightly rise because the market is saturated with defenders.
Stage 4 – Third and fourth days of TOTY (14th and 15th of January 2015, Wednesday and Thursday)
Prices rise even more because there are only 3 TOTY players available in packs instead of 5 and because everyone is waiting for the most valuable cards to come out: the attackers.
Stage 5 – Fifth and sixth days of TOTY (16th and 17th of January 2015, Friday and Saturday)
Prices fall with the release of the most wanted cards: the attackers.
Stage 6 – Seventh day of TOTY (18th of January 2015, Sunday)
Cards get even cheaper since now all TOTY cards are available in packs.
Stage 7 – The week after TOTY
Prices go back to rising progressively until the end of the next week. They don’t hit values as high as the ones on stage 1 but aren’t as low as any of the other stages.

During the TOTY week it’s very common for Happy Hours to be released, including 100k packs, so the price behaviour during this period can still suffer alterations.

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26 Dec 2014

FIFA 15 tips to reduce mistakes and win more coins

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Everyone want to make FIFA Coins fast in the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team, such as open gold packs, buy/sell players. These ways need you have super awareness for the player and good luck, while there are several FIFA 15 tips can reduce mistakes and make you win the game easy to earn money fast.

1. Using LB, LS to control your player if the opponent player to body check him, when throw-in.
2. Do not use RT to catch the ball, when lobbed through ball.
3. Using LT control ball in time if the ball with quickly speed and you can not control it by yourself to catch.
4. Using LT and back to the opponent player to make the ball from side to side if just only one closing down (the action of LT key will not be great), observer the opponent’s defense, fake shot and release LT or use RT dribbling in the opposite direction when the opponent acceleration.
5. Fake shot, hold down X and press A quickly, it is a BUG like FIFA 13.

6. Through ball like Xavi Hernandez Creus, please control player and try not running.
7. The most practical skill in fancy skills is Roulette, also will give the opponent pressure even if you can not into the ball.
8. High goal rate with long drive in rainy.
9. Using more long drive when the goalkeeper is Casillas.
10.Control your waist when defending, stand on the possible passing lanes of the other, hold RB to make teammates defend at once before the opponent out the ball. (turn off automatic substitutions)

11. For goalkeeper, Y is put down the ball and press RB is pick up ball.
12. When you using LT to dribbling slowly, change the direction sudden and press RT, try it.
13. Free kick in backcourt, if the opponent always body close the catch player, how to do? Try to use LT key.
14. Under no mashup situation, it is the best that put left CB player on the left and the right CB player on the right, success depends on details.
15. How to do when your goal kick and opponents catch the back and defending midfielder? If you serve a ball in the left of penalty area, please pull your perspective on the far left, gently press the long pass key. (try to use the formation with 4 defenders, the same pull the far right when in the right of penalty area)

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18 Dec 2014

FIFA 15 tricks to Jockey in Defence

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All we know,using the Jockeying feature whilst defending on FIFA 15 is one of the most underused and successful ways of winning the ball back for your team on the game. Here we go through all the details and tips on how you can implement this into your game-plan and become a better tactician and tackler in your final third.I suppose these tips are more useful than simply get cheap FIFA 15 coins,isn’t it? Then,just get it!

Why Use Jockeying In Defence?

Many gamers will ask why people use this function when defending their goal and what exactly can it do to help me leak less goals at the back. Well if you use jockey which is the L2 (PlayStation) or LB (Xbox) button held in on either controller then this will perform the jockeying stance. You’ll be able to place your defender in a side-wards position which in-turn will give him an advantage when skill players try skill moves to try and get past you on the wings or in central areas of the field.

This tactical ploy is used by all of the top teams in Europe and is coached to the best defenders in the world from a very young age by coaches and staff. Usually whilst young defenders are making their name in their respected youth academy of their club. Whilst in the side-on position, you will be able to show wingers down the line whilst still keeping up with them, but also when they try and cut inside into the middle you will also be able to keep up with play.

Our Jockeying Tips To Win The Ball

One of the most important aspects that you’ve got to remember is this year EA Sports have implemented the new feature of running jockey. This means that you can hold down the sprint button whilst holding down the jockey button so that you can run whilst jockeying and stay even closer to your opposition attacker. You need to make sure to not overuse this feature as it’s best to do when wingers are running down the line.

One of the most impact based features of jockeying is that you increase your chance of deflecting or blocking the ball. Whether it’ll be a cross to your goal or a shot on goal, getting these vital blocks in can be match-winners in their own right. So showing a deadly winger down the line and then blocking his way to goal with a firm block will stop the cross and danger from coming into your penalty box which is ultimately what you want to achieve.

Getting the precise timing right with your tackles whilst using this method is most probably one of the hardest things to do in FIFA 15. fear not though, as you can watch our video tutorial and that’ll give you a fair idea of when and when not to lunge in for a tackle. Mistiming them can result in the opposing attacker leaving your defender for dead and creating a goal-scoring opportunity.

It’s best to perform the jockey movement in the latter stages of a match as the opposition is getting very tired and that’s when you’ll be able to not only put in more challenges but also win the ball back more successfully more often. If you would like to do it right from the kick-off then one of the best techniques you can use is jockeying then immediately letting go of the jockey button and then immediately pressing the sprint button which will give your defender a sudden burst of pace and lunge in for the tackle. nine times out of ten he’ll end up winning the ball back with this handy technique as well.

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12 Dec 2014

Tips about FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Tax

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Maybe you know that EA Sports’ FIFA 15 has returned to the top of the UK all-format chart for the third time this year.Of course,this is a good messages for fifa 15 gameplays.However,EA also have do many things to achieve this.

In order to control the rapid rate at which some huge Ultimate Team traders seem to accumulate FIFA coins, EA has implemented a tax structure in FIFA 15 Ultimate Team. Some players suspect that it’s just another way to stimulate more pack sales. 5% isn’t a lot, but if they can cut 5% of trader profits, it may cause more pack sales. You probably won’t really even notice the taxes, but it is important to be aware of Ultimate Team taxes for when you are involved in more significant trading numbers.

EA takes 5% for any player-to-player trade. This includes cards of any kind, just anything you’re selling or buying on the trade market. The taxes are deducted from the final sale price that is given to the seller. Theoretically, the seller gets taxed.

This can also be slightly important to know for when you’ll be dealing with a lot of lower priced players and selling them fast. A lot of people like to buy players only worth a few hundred coins and mark them up 100 FIFA 15 coins or so for a decent profit. They make money because they do this in high volume. When you’re dealing with such small profit margins and original values, it may be worth considering the 5% tax on trades, as you may come out on top for doing a Quick-Sell instead, which is NOT taxed in FIFA 15 Ultimate Team.

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12 Dec 2014

A player’s experience to score free kicks on FIFA 15

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Anyway,you’re probably a bit rubbish at taking free-kicks on FIFA 15. In FIFA 15, the free kick is not a difficult skill to learn but it does require practice. A tight-angle attempt involves a different approach from one that lies in front of the keeper. Also, a free kick from the left side should be tried differently than one from the right.

A Player Experience:

“If you are after free-kicks with a bit more showboating style and finesse, then we suggest that you go for the curling shot. These are most effective from the wider areas of the pitch, either from the left or right is doesn’t really matter. If you’re looking to curl the ball from the left side of the wall for example sake, then the first thing you must do is select a left-footed player to take on the challenge.

You’ll then want to aim left by about the width of two or three players outside of the post. This will ensure that you will hit that all-important corner of the net, and keep the ball away from the goalkeepers reach. It will only take about one and a half bars of the power gauge to nail this. If you go for more power, then the accuracy and curve of the FK will be compromised and the technique won’t work.

It’s also important to remember that you’ll need a player that possesses amazing curve in their stats, and reasonable power and FK accuracy. The last aspect to remember about the curled FK is to hold the left-stick right after the power gauge has stopped to help the ball curve into the corner and around the wall. For the right side, just simple do the opposite to the above advice.

You can always go to the practice arena to improve your overall free-kicks and try all of the methods out there.”

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12 Dec 2014

A diary about a fifa trader’s day

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Can you image what would happen if a trader decided to keep a diary with his daily negotiations?I suppose it won’t be deviate from buy fifa 15 coins naturally. Here you can find it.

Thursday, September 26th

6:30 am
I woke up by the sound of the neighbours dog barking to death before the alarm even went off, so I decided to use those extra 10 minutes to get up and turn on my pc monitor. I always leave my computer on and the web app open so I don’t have to waste time waiting for it to initiate, I just press F5 and voilà! The day couldn’t have kicked-off better (except for the dog thing). Two Turan, two Pepe and one David Luiz in one night! At first I thought it was just the monitor light blurring my eyes and confusing me, since I was still half asleep and I kept mistyping the letters on the keyboard, but it really happened. It was a great start, but I almost missed the bus because with the FIFA coins I had earned I spent some time looking for other players to bid at a good price. I had to run like Usain Bolt so I wouldn’t miss the bus, but it was worth it.

8:30am
I arrived at the company where I work and took the time to relist all of my players. I usually set 1 hour auctions for these cheaper players. I still have a few of those bronzes that you get from gift packs stuck in my transfer list, they just won’t let go even for 150 coins, but I still refuse to quick sell them. Someone desperate will show up. I’m patient.

10:00am
I figured I’d check a few websites since it was coffee break. According to Futwiz, Turan was going for 1106 coins, well, I still managed to sell him for 1700, so I must have been doing it right. Just to make sure I went to futbin and this was actually the average, but the graphics showed there were still a lot of people buying him for 2k. They must be my suppliers .On our way back, three friends and I started talking about selling, buying, how much profit I managed with this or that player, contracts and other related things. Something quite usual for us, but I did laugh when the 12th floor guy asked if we invested on the Stock Exchange, you know, according to the chat we were having. He seemed a bit disappointed when we explained the whole thing. Deep down people still associate games with kid’s stuff. His loss….

11:45am
Before heading to lunch I realised Pepe’s price had fallen quite a bit, I bought all that I could for 2,000 coins, and only after spending all my coins, of course, I told my mates about the bargain. They’re my mates but they don’t pay for my lunch

12:25pm
Back from lunch I did some research and found that there is no information about my FIFA Points that are still on FIFA 14 being
transferred. It’s still not even possible to buy any. EA is testing my patience, I’d voodoo them up if they were a person, but since they’re not, all I can do is wait. Anxiety will kill me some time…

6:00pm
Once again I missed the time. I can’t always relist my players on the right time. Some were only going to expire at 6:15pm, I can’t just head home without leaving their auction on point, it’s almost an OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) that I have. I’m willing to miss the bus but not the deal.

7:30pm
Today I’ve got a birthday party to attend. I’m a bit worried because it’s gonna take about two hours for me get out of there. Two hours!! The guy isn’t even that big friend of mine, but I just can’t refuse cake. Trade or cake? The doubt is consuming me…

9:00pm
I didn’t go to the birthday party, I decided to buy candy on the groceries store and come straight back home. I think I’m starting to get a bit anti-social, I promise I’ll give the guy a visit on the weekend (I’ll see).

9:15pm
I opened the web app and something interesting happened. Actually this happens quite often but it still gets me surprised every time. Ibought Samuel for 800 coins and auctioned him with 1500 start price, then after a minute someone got him with buy now while there were several others with 1k of current price, and the weird part is there were buy now prices at 1400. The guy didn’t even care to filter his price, he just saw it and bought. This is why I love non-trader players, they always fill my pockets.

9:45pm
I don’t get enough of these posts “Win 20k FIFA 14 coins just by signing up!”. You just need to give them your login/password so that they can “address you the coins”. They even claim it’s “safe” and that “no other information will be requested”. Wow, how can people fall for that? It’s sad that some actually do. Below there’s always somebody showing interest. What can you do if people don’t investigate? I did get tempted, but of course I didn’t click it…

10:30pm
I built my first decent team with a few good players, ready to go for a few matches. I try not to get attached, after all they’re all going back on auction. If someone pays what I demand they’ll leave, if not we’ll still play some games together.

11:00pm
My friend Tiago contacted me saying he sold the IF Samuel Eto’ he got from a pack. I told him he should invest the money on a few players indicated by me and then sell those for an X price. He couldn’t resist so he decided to spend everything on packs. Result, with the 30k he got from selling Eto’ all that he managed to get back by opening packs was 15k. He invented a coin-reducing technique. Interesting for people that want to lose money but don’t know how they should :p

1:15am
I need to go to sleep, started messing up. I just listed one Turan with 150 coins start price and no buy now. If I get unlucky I’ll lose money on this. It doesn’t matter how much, I don’t like losing 50 coins, and in this case I’ll lose the opportunity to win some, since I could sell him for about 1700 coins. Enough for today, I’ll go to sleep before I mess up on anything else.

1:30am
Grabbed the cellphone, just taking one last little look to see if there was any buy now…I’m out…

 

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03 Dec 2014

Tips to make fifa coins by trading

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You could find the best way to make fifa coins in FIFA 15 Ultimate Team here.Maybe you would say is buying cheap and selling expensive,but how do you know when, where and what to buy and sell?Here we will provide you the best Trading Tips for FIFA 15 which will make your trade more successful and get more cheap fifa 15 coins.

1: Study the Market Carefully
Knowing the market is fundamental in order to have success as a trader in FIFA 15 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 15 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…

2: Know What to Buy and Sell
This is one of the trader’s most common doubts. “What cards should I buy and sell in order to profit? Which ones are the best?“There are many books and websites that take advantage of these players’ fragility to sell what they want to hear. The best example of that are the several lists pointing out the supposed best players there are to sell.

Forget it. This doesn’t exist. Many people will disagree because the idea was already sold for them but the truth is that there are no best cards to buy and sell. All the cards can produce profit if you completely understand their behaviour in the market. That is what is really important. It is obvious that there are cards that can be bought and sold in a limited space of time, like the IF cards or the IRL highlighted players, but except for that there are no “more buyable” cards. Don’t forget that the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Market has many thousands of players and it’s constantly in a almost-saturated state. You won’t find out all of a sudden a card that will give you an eternal profit.

This rule’s main idea is that you’ll be able to get profit from any card. But don’t forget to adapt the target to your availability. If you bet on cards that are launched in big amounts, be prepared for many small profits. If you bet on cards that are launched in small amounts, be prepared for just a few sales but with considerable profits.

3:Always have many Cards to sell
Imagine you own a store. Every time someone walks in your store willing to buy and you have your shelves empty, you’ll miss the chance of making profit.In FIFA 15 Ultimate Team the same happens. You always need available cards to sell. Always, always.

About trying to sell the maximum cards possible, don’t make it easy. Even with your transfer list full, it won’t be worth if you have 10 or 20 cards on your transfer targets list. Define as a minimum limit having your preference list 80% filled. In high demand times, like on the weekends, it’s recommended that this limit be at least 90%. If you are a very good trader you’ll sell all your transfer list and transfer targets cards.

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03 Dec 2014