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8-01-2010 @ 8:13PM
On the plus side to all those complaining about how crafted items are selling for less than mats, seriously, sit out a week if you can't take the heat. I don't play the glyph market but in other areas I will see someone butt in and start trying to wall me out at a loss. I just reduce how many I post and wait. If they are truly going under cost, eventually they run dry. You can't post at a loss forever and by being less involved yourself, more holes form and eventually it will break up and return to normal. Or use the high wall method listed above. Again, either prices go up, or they will run dry. win win.Now if you are just complaining because you used to make 2000% profit and now you are only making 20% profit, well, sorry, no sympathy for you.
8-01-2010 @ 10:52PM
On some servers there are competitors that are posting at ridiculously low prices week after week. Some of the gems I used to sell 3+months ago for 20-50g are now regularly are 5-6g. I vendored the last of my rare cut stock (except scarlet rubies) and still move a few epics and raw materials. Demand is nowhere near what it used to be (anyone notice a lack of players the for a few days after SC2 came out?). I've heard whispers of cross-faction griefers entering the mix to rid their stock but I haven't investigated this as I'm pretty much out of the rare cut market. I'll be leveling more alts in the meantime so I can work the market better when Cataclysm comes out.
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