Simcountry is a multiplayer Internet game in which you are the president, commander in chief, and industrial leader. You have to make the tough decisions about cutting or raising taxes, how to allocate the federal budget, what kind of infrastructure you want, etc..
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Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 09:35 am Click here to edit this post
I have $215 billion in surplus capital that's in need of being invested. If you're a nation or corporation that's needing to raise additional capital and you're selling common stock on the exchange, I am willing to acquire shares in your corporations if you're able to match certain criteria.

1. Dividend yield matters more than share price. I am willing to purchase at premium if you're profit-sharing / transfer is greater than 35%. Long-term investing is better than short-term investing. I would like to find a corporation which is efficient and has a record of being profitable over the long term.

2. Your nation or the location in which your corporation is based should have a minimal tax level which is less than 25%. Less taxation means you're able to offer a higher dividend yield. If I purchase shares in a corporation that's nationally owned and controlled, I would ask that I be informed about a decision to raise the tax level before it's instituted.

3. There is a trade-off between higher associate / worker compensation and overall efficiency and production. Better paid workers are more productive. However, at a certain juncture, additional compensation yields inadequate bang and can be a drag on profitability. This is even more the case if the corporation in question is labor intensive (E.g. Agriculture). If the corporation produces more advanced goods and services and is more capital intensive than labor intensive, excessive compensation isn't as much of an issue.

4. The corporation should be based in a nation that has sufficient labor to ensure that production is maintained at a maximum level. Recurring labor shortages can be a serious matter and serve as a drag on profitability / potential dividend payments to shareholders.

5. The corporation in question shouldn't have financial obligations on the accounting ledger. Indebtedness is bad and unjustified. In the real world, corporations borrow in order to grow and expand. In this game, there is a ceiling on how much a corporation can grow or increase production and so there is no need for a corporation to have loans on the ledger.

6. While share repurchases either by a nation or by the corporation itself can be beneficial to shareholders by increasing the stock price, I would rather the corporation distribute surplus earnings / profits via dividends / profit-transfers. If the nation or corporation in question is repurchasing stock to reduce the number of shares outstanding (I.e. reducing the price-to-earnings ratio), I will not be able to be aware because that information is not made available in this game. However, if income / earnings / profits are distributed in the form of a dividend / profit-transfer, I can see how much has been returned to me based on how much I have invested.

7. If your corporation matches this criteria, I will continue investing in your corporation as additional capital becomes available. This means that there will be constant and fixed demand for your corporation's stock each month and the price of your corporation's stock will continue to appreciate. As I said, I am willing to continue purchasing at a premium as long as greater than 35% of the firm's income is distributed in the form of a dividend / profit-transfer.

Feel free to message me if interested. Or, you could respond in this thread. Thank You.


Thursday, May 4, 2017 - 06:05 am Click here to edit this post
You might want to contact Aries about this. He's actually running an investment group for players with exactly what you are looking for.


Saturday, May 6, 2017 - 07:56 pm Click here to edit this post
I'm always running in Debt and i have no idea why.....

Johanas Bilderberg

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 02:56 am Click here to edit this post
You spend more than you make.

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