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7-18-2007 @ 5:52PM
I would say cornering the market on something, like low priced items i guess, is market manipulation. But just selling your gems for a lower price isn't. If he's selling them for below what he acquires them for, then eventually the money losing scheme will end, but if he's selling them for a profit and still undercutting everyone else, doesn't that just make him more efficient than everyone else? He's like Walmart, without the shady business practices and employees working 39 hours a week to collect goverment checks. I really don't see what's wrong with what he's doing, but then I've never jewelcrafted before-- am i missing something?
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