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Wan-Bissaka's stock is on the rise

September 13 2018

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is one of the hottest prospects we’ve had at Crystal Palace in a number of years, writes James Hennigan.

The 20-year-old dazzled in the opening weeks of the season and deservedly won the club’s player of the month award for August.

Having already made his debut for the England under-21s, the full-back is expected to go from strength to strength under Roy Hodgson’s tutelage.

His fine performances have been reflected in his share price on Football Index, the football stockmarket where you can make money buying and selling footballers.

Wan-Bissaka was released onto the platform in August at just £1 per share. Traders jumped all over his low price and he is currently trading above the £2 mark.

Wan-Bissaka is one of over 2,500 footballers on the platform which offers users the chance to bet on the future success of football players, rather than gambling on the short-lived outcome of football matches.

Wilfred Zaha is the most expensive Palace player on the market, at the time of writing, trading at £3.09 a share. At the start of 2018, his share price was as low as £1.43 so he has more than doubled in price as more traders join Football Index.

Andros Townsend is 75p and Christian Benteke is £1.01 with most other Palace players also available to buy.

The key thing to remember is that a player’s share price will only go up and down based on demand.

There are three ways to make money on Football Index:

1) Buy low, sell high. Use your knowledge to buy players when you believe they are well priced, and sell when you think they have reached a ceiling. The platform allows you to buy 100 shares in a player per transaction, but the number of shares you can buy in a single player is unlimited.

2) Media Dividends. Each day Football INDEX aggregates 25 of the top UK football newsfeeds, and dividends are paid out to traders who own shares in the number one trending player. Media Dividends pay out 365 days a year, and when there's no football on, Football Index pays three places.

3) Matchday Dividends. Each matchday across the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Champions League and Europa League, Football Index pays out dividends to traders who own shares in players who finish top in their position based on Opta performance stats.

Go to Football Indexand give it a try. Holmesdale Online readers can trade up to £500 risk free and if you don’t enjoy it, they’ll give you your money back.

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