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This is a Kashmir guide.

Below is listed the order for purchasing tech to maximize savings (keep in mind that you should only ever be holding on to 100 tech at any given time lest you minimize savings):

  • Buy 4.5 levels of tech at $8,000.00 = $36,000.00 (4.5)
  • Buy 10 levels of tech at $8,000.00 = $80,000.00 (14.5)
  • Buy 10 levels of tech at $12,360.00 = $123,600.00 (24.5)
  • Buy 5 levels of tech at $14,760.00 = $73,800.00 (29.5)
  • Buy 10 levels of tech at $15,160.00 = $151,600.00 (39.5)
  • Buy 10 levels of tech at $18,320.00 = $183,200.00 (49.5)
  • Buy 10 levels of tech at $18,360.00 = $183,600.00 (59.5)
  • Buy 10 levels of tech at $20,760.00 = $207,600.00 (69.5)
  • Buy 5 levels of tech at $21,920.00 = $109,600.00 (74.5)
  • Buy 10 levels of tech at $21,960.00 = $219,600.00 (84.5)
  • Buy 10 levels of tech at $24,360.00 = $243,600.00 (94.5)
  • Buy 5.5 levels of tech at $25,160.00 = $138,380.00 (100)

The numbers in parenthesis indicate how much tech you'll have after that purchase. The first dollar amount is the cost per unit of tech, the second dollar amount is the total cost of the purchase.

All told, profit margins for various scenarios are as follows:

  • $6 million/200 tech deal (two universities and no gold or microchips): tech will cost approximately $3.4 million, profit will be approximately $2.6 million
  • $6 million/200 tech deal (no universities and no gold or microchips): tech will cost approximately $4.1 million, profit will be approximately $1.9 million
  • $6 million/100 tech deal (two universities and no gold or microchips): tech will cost approximately $1.7 million, profit will be approximately $4.3 million
  • $6 million/100 tech deal (no universities and no gold or microchips): tech will cost approximately $2 million, profit will be approximately $4 million
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