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6-03-2010 @ 10:04AM
I so badly wish I had a mind for this stock trading type way of handling AH and making gold.Over 7 chars I only have about 20k, and that's been saved up from dailies, selling the odd fish or gem (from emblems), some titanium ore stacks every now and then.... and thats as far as I can get.The reason being, I really suck at this whole AH game thing, when I try to farm, I find very soon that the item that used to be well sought after has become overly abbundant on AH. When I try the enchanters scroll vs live craft thing, I always find sum1 else apparently lvling enchanting with a 100 of those scrolls on AH and mats wasted right there.I don't know what I'm missing, but I really just can't get the hang of it.WTB Trader Skillz, pst
6-03-2010 @ 3:21PM
What I found was you have to keep feeling out a market at first. I too tried the enchanting scrolls and promptly got hosed by the people already there. I got into a Scroll of Enchant Weapon - Crusader undercutting war and me and two other people brought the price down from 250g to 85g before I bailed out. I am making CRAZY money on my cooking up the Pet Food, the mammoth meat sell for 8g a stack and the cooked food with 1 northern spice each sells for 49g!!!! Free gold right there! I cannot recommend Auctioneer, lil Sparky's workshop and Market Watch enough! Start out by doing scans for about week and then when you have a whole week picture start out making stuff and work from there.
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