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Subject: Revenue Track; Bank Size rss

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Jim Scheiderich
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Supposedly one uses one of the Company markers to track that company's revenue.

The track runs from 11 to 94 (or 96; not in front of me). Since you can easily exceed the max, how is this feature to be used given there is one spare marker?

Second, presumably the Bank is the $10K and the Company money ($5k) is a separate pool having nothing to do with ending the game?

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LHIM wrote:
Supposedly one uses one of the Company markers to track that company's revenue.

The track runs from 11 to 94 (or 96; not in front of me). Since you can easily exceed the max, how is this feature to be used given there is one spare marker?

Second, presumably the Bank is the $10K and the Company money ($5k) is a separate pool having nothing to do with ending the game?

Thanks.


The revenue track is laid out in terms of revenue per share. So if the marker is on 25 then that indicates that the revenue for the company last OR was $250 and each share was worth $25 had dividends beeen paid.
 
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LHIM wrote:
The track runs from 11 to 94 (or 96; not in front of me). Since you can easily exceed the max, how is this feature to be used given there is one spare marker?

How are you running for more than $94/share?

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Second, presumably the Bank is the $10K and the Company money ($5k) is a separate pool having nothing to do with ending the game?

Correct. Money in company treasuries does not count against the bank.
 
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Thanks - did not think in terms of shares. Only slightly embarassed...
 
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How big is the bank?
 
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JohnnyOffice wrote:
How big is the bank?

10,000.
 
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