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6-16-2010 @ 7:07PM
My experience is very different from yours. For those rare periods where the glyph prices are all unusually high, which sometimes occurs after an extended maintenance, I see no drop in the number of glyphs sold. In fact, revenues are extraordinarily high during these times. Unfortunately, this only lasts for a few days at best, as undercutting (especially by those who undercut by several gold) drives the prices back down. Yes, there are buyers who will be discouraged from buying glyphs due to higher prices, but they are very much so in the minority. If they're unwilling to pay 60g for a glyph, they're probably not going to buy it 12 to 20g either. So from my experience on my realm, the higher the prices, the better. I will not hesitate to buy several hundred glyphs a week from my competitors in order to drive the prices up. Sometimes it doesn't pay off, but most times it does. I also know (because I talk to them) that many of my competitors appreciate my buyout efforts.
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