The best way to make cash from cards is to typically purchase them during the neutral period then hold them and later sell them after the hype FUT 23 Coins. For example, The Liverpool's Darwin Nunez has had a slow start at Merseyside with two goals from the league within his initial seven matches.

After a disappointing 3-3 draw against Brighton and with tough fixtures in the near future and a slew of fixtures to come, his OTW price - just three days since his release is hovering at around 70k coins. Some smart speculators may choose the 'low' time to grab one, then decide to sell it before the next Liverpool game starts off, particularly when Nunez is on the squad. A more reckless investor might be able to hold the stock through the match in the hopes that Nunez scores, but the risk is far greater.

Another thing to look to look out for with OTW cards is that the upgrades are already priced in'. We all know that Man City are going to win 3/8 games to get Haaland to receive his initial OTW upgrade, for example and that's part of the reason behind the astronomical price in game. Don't be fooled into buying players who will obviously get those three wins in the hope that they will climb when the time comes around. In all likelihood, that could lead to a bunch of investors trying to make money at the same time, making it more expensive.

Ultimately, Ones to Watch cards can be predicted in some ways but are not so predictable in other. The uncertainty is what makes them interesting, but understanding those predetermined peaks and lows - buying when they're down or selling at the height of hype is the only way to successfully generate coins out of these cards.

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