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plunging Corp value (Golden Rainbow) - is it an error?

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Asmodeus (Little Upsilon)

Tuesday, October 21, 2008 - 08:19 am Click here to edit this post
Asmodeus = Andreja Gligorijevic
I figured it would be easier for all parties concerned if my name could be, at least, pronounced without invoking the entire alphabet ;P

burst sales every two months; drop trade asking price by 1/2 month, drop "drop" by 1;
iow, 200 / -10 per month, sales every 2 months
change to : 195 / -9

As long as you have some product left on the 15th of the month, all is good. But, as far as I can tell, there are only two sale periods, 3rd and 15th. I guess that's when the servers calculate things out. (at least on LU)

ira: production down to 60%: check to see if your 'auto' settings track supply/demand and reduce output. I keep the salaries, hiring, and production at "unchecked". I also try to keep my transportation index at, or over 300. That seems to help - although I never found the chapter that said it increased production, it just seemed common sense to me :)

Treasurer: I have my profit transfer for publics set to zero, but, other than right after a large sale, I never see their liquidity hit 60B. It looks as if they start paying out, when cash hits 50B. That is a HUGE problem, it should be like the max that you can throw into a corp - 75B (at least). I prefer to save for rainy days, which ended up with my gasoline corps on LU, not needing loans (while NOT selling, at the cheap rate) until the price went back over 1k. Guess what? My public Gasoline - took out 70B in loans, almost went belly up, and lost >1T in net worth.

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