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8-20-2010 @ 7:40PM
Here's another thing about aggressive undercutting cycles - sometimes it's good to take a break for a few days, and the results can be very worthwhile. I had a friend who was a very, very aggressive glyph undercutter. She would camp the AH and instantly undercut anyone who dared to post glyphs. One of the major problems with this strategy is that the prices on the glyphs would never reset, and would just steadily decline. There was never an opportunity for the prices to reset.When she decided to take a break from WoW, after a week, I noticed the prices of glyphs gradually rose again. Remember, you can't get the prices high unless everything is sold out, and that only happens if you're willing to buy them out or let all the auctions naturally expire.
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