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7-12-2008 @ 8:12AM
Cry me a river, build a bridge, and get over it. Seriously.
7-12-2008 @ 9:40AM
Hmmm... sounds like someone's having a cranky day!While everyone else is working on those bridges, I'd suggest making yourself a boat, taking that attitude, and shoving off.To get back to the topic of the article, I actually LOVE the people who post far under market value--they're practically giving you money!I found this to be particularly true in a couple commodity markets--most notably cloth. The more the price fluctuates, the more room you have to buy up everything below what you consider to be "reasonable" and profit by reposting at your price. For example, if I pull up Linen Cloth and buy all the stacks that are listed for 10 to 85 silver and repost them at, say, 1g per stack times 40 stacks, I've made myself a nice chunk of change. In my experience, the higher the level of the trade good, the more stable the market, but the more profit can be made when someone does undercut everyone else.Does this take a little start-up cash? Yes. Is it risky. Of course. Can it be profitable? Extremely.And of course, the big protip: If you can buy a full stack of netherweave cloth for anything less than 3g, you are guaranteed a cash return. It's amazing how many stacks I pull off the AH for under 2 gold.Happy shopping!
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