| Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 02:15 pm |
My enterprise, the Malizian INTL Syndicate had a pretty decent market value on its corps. Recenty, they started to drop very fast. I heard that some products are just loosing value due to gm fixing, however I was not sure if I was doing too may IPOs, or if it's something else entirely. Thanks
| Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 04:37 pm |
Hmmm...have you checked your trade strategies? As well check to see what quality you're purchasing at.
I don't know if you're part of a "CM", but check that as well..There can be allot of variables..if you need more help just ask..
note: don't worry to much about the market..this wil lhappen time to time..just make sure your corps making profits. Also it could be your corp. if it is a "production plant" corp..then you are doomed..
| Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 07:04 pm |
"production plant" corp?
| Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 08:49 pm |
It is explained by the 'fixing' of the turbulence in price cap of product market price.
It you followed the market prices when this fix was introduced then you would have seen it happen. I am unsure whether the past history of market prices can be downloaded.
| Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 08:59 pm |
I guess I wanted to rule out if it was anything I was doing wrong. I did allot of IPO's, both initial and initialing new shares of corps already public. I started to purchase corps that provide chem instead of HTS, maybe that will help..
| Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 10:28 pm |
sorry for the miss communication "peng"..what I meant to say was "production plant"..if you put that in the (share market)...they have a history of poor turnover. "Crafty" is on point with his statement as well.
| Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - 02:37 pm |
so what do I do from here..? I'm still pretty confused at this point
| Thursday, March 14, 2013 - 02:03 am |
Without divulging to much of our secrets..lol...How many of our members have been successful in our economic conquest. We developed a "CM" in which our members can benefit greatly from. For instants we contract certain products that will cut cost from international purchases. From there we set our quality purchases to (130) for example. "The reason we do this is to cut corp. cost; yet maintain respectable quality, and increase profits". The school of though is to continue the supply of the more expensive products without inheriting the international inflation. I have done this with one of my slaves as an experiment. I have seen remarkable difference in profits from the majority of my corps. NOTE: not all corps will benefit from this strategy. There will have to be some due diligence on your part to see what works. I hope this helps my man...*As a testament we have 4 members in the top 10 on KB and 4 more in the top 25 rankings for presidents*
| Thursday, March 14, 2013 - 02:04 am |
"Crafty" we're chasing you my man.. You're still up there, but give us some time..
| Thursday, March 14, 2013 - 11:23 pm |
Ok, here is a case in point. This is a corp I have that sells aluminum. It has always made a profit, some months more than others. Aluminum in value has not declined, the supplies from what I can see are not declining in value either. However, there was a steady and consistent decline in the market value of the corp. I hope this link works.
can anybody explain this to me? This is only one example, and it makes absolutely no sense.... its causing my overall score to collapse
| Friday, March 15, 2013 - 02:11 pm |
One large contributing factor I see that will cause your corps market value decline is a sharp increase in your profit transfer levels.
This negatively affects market value in two ways.
First, profit transfer removes cash that would otherwise be counted as net profit. The net profit figures into the profitability of the corp which is one factor of determining market value.
Looking at the corp in question, compare the graph on your profit contributions with this corps ability to generate net profit. You will notice a steep decline in March, the same month your profit transfer levels increased.
Second, the cash on hand contributes to the corps assets which is the other factor in determining market value. By removing more cash, corps do not accumulate cash as quickly.
| Friday, March 15, 2013 - 07:18 pm |
What would be a good level? 40 or 50% maybe?
| Friday, March 15, 2013 - 07:21 pm |
Also, there was a continual decline in overall market value before the profit trans change. Unless a change before it made the change in pattern?
I appreciate your looking into this.
| Friday, March 15, 2013 - 08:06 pm |
I was unable to see graphs with data further back in time before the original decline so I cannot conclusively say why the decline occurred earlier. A bad month or two can start a rapid decline and be caused by profit transfer or any of a number of other factors.
As far as a good profit transfer level, it depends on goals. If yours is high market value, then the lower the better. Maybe look at a level just enough to cover your enterprise tax.
| Friday, March 15, 2013 - 08:09 pm |
ok thank you