The majority of transfer market traders benefit from investing in a limited number of players and selling them at the right time.
Trading the same few players several times helps you to learn when the best times are to buy and sell, as well as how much you should pay for each deck.
During the week, the demand fluctuates, and rates are typically strongest in the evenings and on weekends, as more people are online and trying to better their teams.
When people are sleeping and therefore not playing FIFA 21, prices are normally the lowest overnight and early in the morning.
When you're first starting out, look for players in leagues you're already familiar with. You'll be able to see which players are common, such as Premier League full-backs or quick-footed forwards.
Some players with lower ratings are more common than their higher-rated counterparts because their attributes, poor foot, or skills are better suited to FIFA 21 than their higher-rated counterparts. As a result, people who just look at the overall rating and do not use the Compare Price feature before selling these players will be able to list them for a lower price than average.
Which players are the best bets for the short term?
It's a safe way to make money if you can correctly forecast future Squad Building Challenges (SBCs).
Marquee Matchups and Champions League Marquee Matchups are usually the simplest SBCs to forecast. Players from upcoming matchups in top leagues and the Champions League are needed for these. Tumblr, Twitter, and the EA Forums are often used by the FIFA community to discuss which matches are most likely to be included.
For example, needing a Manchester United player in a Marquee Matchup SBC can raise the price of all Manchester United players, especially the lower-rated ones.
Predicting which players will be named to the Team of the Week can also be profitable. When a player is named to the Team of the Week, their standard version is removed from packs, making such cards rarer for the rest of the week because their In-Form version is available.
People invest in Ones to Watch (OTW) cards ahead of a player's games in the hopes that they will have a successful showing and that they will be able to sell during the initial hype time before the card is automatically upgraded due to Team of the Week.
When OTW cards are left on the bench for their team's games or when they have a poor performance and it is clear that they will not be upgraded by the next Team of the Week release, this is the best time to buy them.