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Profit of 2 Billions in the first game. Jibran Bhai lost 700 Milz while Sunny lost 480 Milz. Lord grossed 90 Milz and was the top player of the game. Still a game to go, the situation could be squared off now :bandit:
:bow: Perera doing well too:dance: btw do you have something for SR

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Profit of 2 Billions in the first game. Jibran Bhai lost 700 Milz while Sunny lost 480 Milz. Lord grossed 90 Milz and was the top player of the game. Still a game to go, the situation could be squared off now :bandit:
What is my P/L?

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:bow: Perera doing well too:dance: btw do you have something for SR
Nope, that will become tedious to calculate :((
What is my P/L?
Loss of 105 Million (At the end of PWI v/s MI Game)

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Another relief for punters/ players You don't have to pay me intra-day loss or profit. The entire Profit and Loss will be adjusted at the end of the tourney. Also, I will not be able to set up regular markets, and will be doing so only in weekends as I may not get time during weekdays, but I will still try and make up markets for games in weekdays too :nice:

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Gaurav, I know this is all about day-trading but is there a way we can hold long term positions as well? Can you create something around it? Great initiative btw :good:
That will make my job difficult as I will have to quote a player to keep in mind the whole IPL tourney that is so unpredictable now that we still don't know which teams are going to go through. I can do that for the KO stages, but it will involve huge risk :P Plus the fact that many a player may not perform, rating them very high and investing on them will not be a feasible option for most buyers who seek quick intra-day gains. As a long term perspective, very few buyers would be willing to buy players. For eg. if I quote Hussey at 217 now. Many would evaluate the number of games left, probability of Hussey scoring in them, and then look to make an investment of that sort. But in case Hussey doesn't play or gets injured, it would be a huge setback and they will like to have their moneys back. But I can't determine a future value of a player and trade on it.

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That will make my job difficult as I will have to quote a player to keep in mind the whole IPL tourney that is so unpredictable now that we still don't know which teams are going to go through. I can do that for the KO stages, but it will involve huge risk :P Plus the fact that many a player may not perform, rating them very high and investing on them will not be a feasible option for most buyers who seek quick intra-day gains. As a long term perspective, very few buyers would be willing to buy players. For eg. if I quote Hussey at 217 now. Many would evaluate the number of games left, probability of Hussey scoring in them, and then look to make an investment of that sort. But in case Hussey doesn't play or gets injured, it would be a huge setback and they will like to have their moneys back. But I can't determine a future value of a player and trade on it.
On the contrary, I think if you offer long-term positions, many people may easily join in thinking in the longer term a blue-chip stock is bound to perform. (I agree that would involve a lot more time and make your work difficult). Intra-day is always a risky proposition, but a long-term cash-n-carry maybe a safe bet for many conservative investors. If you need any help from any esteemed organisations to run it in the long term, do let me know. :agree:

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On the contrary, I think if you offer long-term positions, many people may easily join in thinking in the longer term a blue-chip stock is bound to perform. (I agree that would involve a lot more time and make your work difficult). Intra-day is always a risky proposition, but a long-term cash-n-carry maybe a safe bet for many conservative investors. If you need any help from any esteemed organisations to run it in the long term, do let me know. :agree:
:hysterical: Well, as I said earlier, thinking of a stock value in future would involve risk. Suppose a player who gets injured mid way, or a player who does not play (For eg. Hussey may be rested now that CSK are through). If someone buys that stock thinking Hussey would play all the game, and I quoted that share very highly - he will be up for a huge loss. To tackle those situations, he will want to average the option he exercised with the number of matches he played with the number of matches he should have played and give him returns that way. But the stock market doesn't work that way and he might end up losing a huge chunk. And you know that pricing plays an important role, and as far as long term perspective is concerned, most bookies are bullish on players and quote them high. In that case, very few buyers would be interested.

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Another relief for punters/ players You don't have to pay me intra-day loss or profit. The entire Profit and Loss will be adjusted at the end of the tourney. Also, I will not be able to set up regular markets, and will be doing so only in weekends as I may not get time during weekdays, but I will still try and make up markets for games in weekdays too :nice:
great!

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:hysterical: Well, as I said earlier, thinking of a stock value in future would involve risk. Suppose a player who gets injured mid way, or a player who does not play (For eg. Hussey may be rested now that CSK are through). If someone buys that stock thinking Hussey would play all the game, and I quoted that share very highly - he will be up for a huge loss. To tackle those situations, he will want to average the option he exercised with the number of matches he played with the number of matches he should have played and give him returns that way. But the stock market doesn't work that way and he might end up losing a huge chunk. And you know that pricing plays an important role, and as far as long term perspective is concerned, most bookies are bullish on players and quote them high. In that case, very few buyers would be interested.
Okay, it is your exchange so you make the rules :two_thumbs_up: But, just as an example, if you quote a price for Kohli calculating the number of international runs he is gonna make throughout the year, many might buy it blindly thinking Kohli will score more. At the end of the year, they'll have egg on their faces as Kohli won't score half the price and all the profit will go to you. You just need to work out what will look like a lucrative price for Kohli. P.S. If anyone gets injured, it is obviously the investor's risk. It's a given that batsmen would usually be injury-free and phaast bowlers would usually be injured.

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for the KKR-RCB game: Pujara - 10 lots Vinay Kumar - 5 lots Kallis - 5 lots gambhir - 5 lots gayle - 10 lots Total - 920 million :nervous: :nervous:
Bought these for you :nice:
I don't know how this work' date=' can anyone help me out ? :icflove:[/quote'] Go through the rules for complete info but here is a synopsis :- You buy a stock at the quoted price and if he performs well, you gain the difference in the settled price and quoted price and vice versa. The settled price is decided taking into consideration the runs scored by him, the wickets taken, catches and stumpings effected by him. For details on the points, see OP.

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Okay, it is your exchange so you make the rules :two_thumbs_up: But, just as an example, if you quote a price for Kohli calculating the number of international runs he is gonna make throughout the year, many might buy it blindly thinking Kohli will score more. At the end of the year, they'll have egg on their faces as Kohli won't score half the price and all the profit will go to you. You just need to work out what will look like a lucrative price for Kohli. P.S. If anyone gets injured, it is obviously the investor's risk. It's a given that batsmen would usually be injury-free and phaast bowlers would usually be injured.
:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical::hysterical::hysterical: Yes Dada, I agree with you. Will try that for international games, not for this IPl though. Anyways, thanks for the option :icflove:

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for the KKR-RCB game: Pujara - 10 lots Vinay Kumar - 5 lots Kallis - 5 lots gambhir - 5 lots gayle - 10 lots Total - 920 million :nervous: :nervous:
It is coming to 930 Millions, please recalculate

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AB De Villiers 10 lots Bravo 10 lots :hmmm: How much should i give?
Hussey - 50 Lots M Sharma - 20 Lots S Watson - 20 Lots Devillers - 10 Lots Unakdat - 20 Lots Gambhir - 20 Lots
Done :nice:

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:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical::hysterical::hysterical: Yes Dada, I agree with you. Will try that for international games, not for this IPl though. Anyways, thanks for the option :icflove:
:bow: Great initiative again! And of course, do give us a shout if you need any help :icflove:

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AB De Villiers 10 lots Bravo 10 lots :hmmm: How much should i give?
No need to give me anything now. I will settle the intra-day profit or loss and at the end of the tourney will settle the net amount.

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:bow: Great initiative again! And of course, do give us a shout if you need any help :icflove:
Thanks :) :icflove: Now purchase some stocks :hitler:
sorry what happened did i win anything :nervous:
You are losing 55 millions, but you can make up for it by investing today and winning handsomely :icflove:

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