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NLUO Market System (Little Upsilon)

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Pathetic Sheep (Little Upsilon)

Thursday, January 22, 2009 - 05:51 am Click here to edit this post
No. The setting for corporations is the quality that it purchases.

If you buy a 10 month supply at 300 quality the corporation will not order new supplies until the stockpile is down. So for 6 to 8 months it will use 300 quality. The 200 quality purchase will mix with whatever is left over. If there are 2 months left over when the trade executes you would end up with quality 214. The company then uses the quality 214 stockpile until it orders more.

The example is a poor one because you can not order quality over 250.

Your company can get a contract through your common market for quality 300 supplies while you purchase quality 100 materials on the open market with your country or CEO. You can sell resources to the companies and/or buy resources from companies to blend them and create quality 190 supplies.

If you have that kind of free time and you are having fun there is nothing wrong with it. For CEOs the spending limit is a serious constraint. However, you are not going to get more profits than companies ordering 190 consistently.

If you want to get ahead, try figuring out if 185 is better for a specific commodity. How 'bout 195 or 188.5? Also consider if 190 is ideal for CEOs and fully public corporation would it still be ideal for a state corporation.

If you want to squeeze a few sim dollars and don't mind wasting time, switch one commodity to quality 100. I've only tested it with FMUs but I think it will work with others. The company continues producing the same quality so long as all the others are over the original average. As soon as a second commodity has a lower quality the finished product comes out soiled. Once the average is down you have to get all the supplies back up in order to recover. It also takes awhile to recover.

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