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Corporation value (Golden Rainbow)

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Tuasman (Golden Rainbow)

Sunday, July 19, 2009 - 06:03 am Click here to edit this post
Since i started playing the value of my corporations has decreced by about 1trillion. They are down to about 900 billion now. Any ideas on how to stop them from hemoraging cash?

Joe3811 (Golden Rainbow)

Monday, August 3, 2009 - 11:12 pm Click here to edit this post
If you started in a country that was a C3 you need to understand that C3's operate from different rules (according to Wikia-simcountry). You probably have a few corps that are beyond hope. Wiki says to avoid basic industries and weapons corps (as I recall--my memory is definitely suspect). I read somewhere else on Wiki that Enterprises are inherently more profitable than Presidents when operating corps. I found that to be the case when I cut the corporate tax to 5% and invited CEO's to buy my corps and build corps. The idea is that a president can actually earn more from his taxes on workers than he gives up in corporate taxes.

Another thing that will help is to cut your corporate profit sharing. That also helped my corp values. I'd suggest you go to simcountry wikia, sign up and study all the hints they have there. Some of them are questionable, so you'll still have to experiment and use your own judgement.

Joe3811 (Golden Rainbow)

Tuesday, August 4, 2009 - 07:55 am Click here to edit this post
I didn't mention one of the most important--trading strategy. The supplies you use to produce goods make up around 80% of the costs, so the price you pay will largely dictate profitability. I try to watch the price cycles of the supplies I use, and buy in quantity when prices are low. This is a laborious method. There's quite a lot of discussion on trading strategy in the trading section of this forum (if my memory is correct).

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