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The true value of Milivojevic

January 15 2019

Luka Milivojevic

Luka Milivojevic

Luka Milivojevic has been Mr Reliable from the penalty spot this season which has earned Crystal Palace valuable points, writes Nick Hurst.

The Serb netted five Premier League goals from the penalty spot in 2018 – two more than anyone else in the league – and started 2019 in the same vein by scoring from the spot in the 2-0 win at Wolves earlier this month.

Helping Palace clamber away from the relegation zone with some solid performances in the Eagles' engine room, his displays have been reflected in his share price on Football Index– the football stockmarket where you can make money buying and selling footballers.

His price on the football stockmarket is £1.09 per share at the time of writing.

As you can see from his Football Index price graph, he was trading at 75p per share six months ago, meaning he has risen by 45.33% in that time.

The number of shares you can buy on Football Index is unlimited, and your players can pick up dividends when they do well on the pitch through an Opta powered points scoring system.

Players win Performance Dividends when they outscore the other players in their position on a matchday.

Milivojevic recently won the Top Midfielder dividends (£0.08 per share) and also the Top Overall Player Dividends (£0.04 share). So had you held 100 shares in Milivojevic, you would have made £12. Had you held 500, you’d have made £60. And so on.

Taking into account dividends such as these alongside capital appreciation, Milivojevic looks a good option for Palace fans looking to get involved in a form of football gambling where your entire stake is not swiped off the table, as can be the case with traditional bookmakers.

The frequent penalties won by Palace and the Serb’s ability to convert them means Milivojevic should again be in the mix for dividends in 2019, after his fine start against Wolves. At £1.09 he is one of the cheaper Premier League players on the stockmarket and seems worth a punt.

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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