Last updated on: 08/06/2020

Yes. On the ' Market Info' tab of the Portfolio module, you can see information such as the value change, number of transactions executed and a visual representation of the share price evolution for a given time period [FAQ 8.4].

In this tab, you may also check the latest market price of your players, as well as any shares being currently bought or sold for each of them. For additional clarifications refer to the 'Market' chapter of the FAQs.

Yes. To further analyse the market performance of a player in FOOTBID you just have to enter in the 'Player Page', by clicking on his name or photo, and use the ' Market Data' tab.

In that view you'll be able to set your time period [FAQ 8.4] and analyse the evolution of the player share value, transaction volume and order prices, spreads, volume and gap between supply and demand.

Yes, in the Dashboard and Market related pages. Whenever you find the time period dropdown with a specific period (e.g. '1W') you may change it to another reference period that better suits your analysis and/or provide you with extra insight.

In the time period icon and list, the first char is a number and the second a letter, referring to the time interval. For instance, '3M' will mean that you will filter the latest 3 months ('M') up to the current moment.

Note that changing the time period may significantly change the data, charts and their colours [FAQ 8.6] as the starting point being considered for trend analysis is significantly different.

It really depends on the purpose of the chart:

  • Evolution and asset breakdown charts: yellow represents coins, green represents positions that are increasing in value (i.e. comparing the indicator at start date of the reference period [FAQ 8.4] and at the present time), red represents positions that are decreasing in value and grey usually represents other positions or complementary info;
  • Order related charts: green represents buy orders, red represents sell orders and grey represents complementary info;
  • Player distribution charts: colours do not have any specific meaning and are just used to differentiate different options (e.g. clubs or age intervals).