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5-20-2010 @ 9:56PM
Interestingly, I consider cloth to be on that farming list. I mention this because I use market watcher for the cloth markets. It's actually only backfired once. A little over a week ago someone posted well over 6k runecloth out of the blue and the market is still out of shape. There is a lot of cloth on the market at all times, but that's the first time since I've been auctioning that it's warped prices that badly.Anyways, now you make me want to pay closer attention to other markets. I will have to check them out.Another piece of auctioneer advice: once I figure out a good trend line, I put a little below that price into Auctioneer's Snatch search feature. If someone sells below the line by that much, I will usually buy it up to repost. Obviously I have to be careful with this (Yes, I did end up with over 4k of the runecloth mentioned above for not taking my own advice), but does make my life easier when a random quester will greatly undersell just to get rid of stuff.
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