@CDNMoneyMaker93 said in Rethinking original gameplan for '20:
@xELxGENERICOx said in Rethinking original gameplan for '20:
With the news out if today's stream (mainly the part where we can no longer QS any collected card); I may have to rethink my original gameplan.
My OG gameplan was to sell ALL my preorder Diamonds AND Golds and rebuy later in the game's cycle.
I was also planning on selling any Golds/Diamonds that I packed from my presale packs. (Minus Trout/Betts/Yelich/Arenado/Scherzer, if I was lucky enough to pack them)
But I may have to keep some players; as I doubt any LS players will be close to QS value in the coming year.
I honestly dont know what the gameplan is now. The changes made will have impacts on the game but to what extent and level is hard to judge. I am think as of now to play it safe, not lock anything in but also not sell off anything until the market stabilizes after the first 2 weeks after the full launch on the 17th
I agree with the first part of your statement, not locking anything in for awhile; but what do you mean with not selling until the market stabilizes?
I would assume you would want to sell anything worth value when it's first released because people will want that 'shiny new card'.
I could see waiting until after the original release date; as some people may not get the game early and will need to buy stubs to catch up.
Also, could wait until the first stub sale to sell stuff; since those usually inflate the market?
I'm mainly concerned about the Special Order Diamonds. Once people start hitting those packs, in the XP Reward Path and possibly Conquest drops, they may be the only cards that will hover around QS Value.
I was going to take Ortiz and Rivera (depending on attributes); but I may take the top two that are the most expensive and sell them right away.
I can speculate what I'm 'going to do' but in reality, until we see the reward path, market, etc; it can change multiple times.