It had been a long wait for lovers of Victoria 3 as the game took more than a decade to finally launch. Now that it is here, fans are pouring all over it in order to build up their country and run the flourishing industries that come with it.
While the game does bear similarities with its other variants, there have been some new and exciting additions as well. One of those has been the Investment Pool which can be a big boon when it comes to running your nation.
You can give a big boost to your economy and earning potential through this unique method of getting more money. Given that this is a completely new aspect of the game, the following guide will help players in learning all about the Investment Pool and how to go about benefiting from it.
Victoria 3: What is the Investment Pool?
Essentially, the Investment Pool is literally, a big pool of money in the game that players can benefit from. The money is added when pops having ownership shares across their respective buildings submit a part of their earnings (dividends).
Players are mainly using it for their construction business but only for specific structures which are allowed under the Economic System law, which does put a certain amount of restriction on you.
The money required for your projects will be transferred to the Treasury from the Investment Pool as you commit to your numerous construction efforts. Moreover, you will also be able to view the money present in the Investment Pool by simply moving over to the money portion of the screen at the top.
The best thing about the Investment Pool is the fact that it will lessen your burden of dependence on the Treasury. Given that there are quite a few construction projects you run at any moment, you will be able to commit more money from the Investment Pool to grow your construction business.
Therefore, make sure that you are focusing on increasing the money present in your Investment Pool which will benefit old and new buildings over the course of the game.
Victoria 3: How to get started with Investment Pool?
In order to enable the mechanics of the Investment Pool, players will have to cross through one of the three Economic System laws presented which are:
Try to look for those buildings that generate a good amount of profit for you. That is how you will know which sector to start investing in. Try to get building that earn well and fill up its cash reserve. You can later use that in the Investment Pool
The contributions made by Aristocrats and Capitalists will vary depending upon the law you chose, alongside what kind of buildings you can use the Investment Pool for as well. So, you will have to be wary of the decisions you make, given the kind of impact they will have in the game.
After the Investment Pool is ready, now it is time for the buildings to make profits which will in turn build confidence. If the cash reserves of the buildings are loaded, then a part of that can be used to pay the owner who in turn makes an investment in the overall Pool.
Additionally, players can also take help from Mutual Funds, which makes your buildings’ production Publicly Traded, meaning there are more Capitalists on the job, which in turn means more money for the Investment Pool.
As the game progresses, you will be able to use the money for more construction items and lessen the dependence on the Treasury while also increasing the category of buildings constructed.
The ultimate benefit is that the force of the Treasury and Investment Pool will have a positive uptick on your economy, GDP, people, and more.
Thus, that is all the information you will need to master the Investment Pool in Victoria 3. It can be a bit confusing in the beginning, but once you start trawling through it with time, you will be able to master it in no time. It can be one of the best sources of your power so use it to the fullest potential.
Last Updated on November 5, 2022
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