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5-08-2010 @ 12:23PM
Well, that's just the thing. If someone is seriously undercutting a market you want to keep propped up and you know it will move, buy it and resell it. Not too hard.
5-08-2010 @ 12:57PM
This advice only works for goods of a intrinsically limited quantity, i.e. old world mats that have limited drop rates that no one farms.Do not attempt this with glyphs, belt buckles, enchanting mats, etc, since the seller can crank out more at the click of a button, and you're forced to buy more, and more and more.This only works if your competitors are idiots, and can end up making you buy a crapton of stuff you don't need.
5-09-2010 @ 9:00AM
"If" you buy and resale; make sure you understand what the item costs to the person selling. I had someone try this on me with Greater Cosmic's at 18 gold a Cosmic. I guess he didn't understand that I also had a Blacksmith alt with my disenchanter and was making 8 gold a sale. He bought hundreds of Cosmics from me before he finally caught on. I got an emai from him offering a partnership to take "advantage" of this ripe market with a potential bottleneck in the enchanting market. Later, I got a flame from him later about how stupid I am - I wonder if he ever figured out whom was getting taken advantage of?
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