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9-26-2010 @ 9:06AM
I had a Guildie who was selling leggings of Woven death and he came in and undercut the cheapest Item by 200g when I approached him about this I asked him why he did it and he said "So when someone comes along and goes OMG those are cheap I'll buy them and purchase them." I was like "You complete and utter fail noob you know nothing about the market that will not happen all you'll do is spark a bidding war!" Now its not that I mind selling cheaper but I would at least like to break even. Since this conversation this item has fallen from 5.5k gold to 3k and the market does not look like recovering since cata is almost upon us. However, this is just one example of people not knowing how to play the market and hurting other players chances of selling at a reasonable price.
9-26-2010 @ 2:07PM
But as Robin pointed out, it does wonders for those looking to BUY at a reasonable price.
9-26-2010 @ 10:13PM
It's not your guildie's fault if he starts a bidding war. The competition should look at it and see, "Hey, this guy is trying to get rid of this ____ cheap. I'll buy it, sell it back later at the regular price, and BAM--instant profit."If the competition sees a 200g price cut and think it's an invitation to a bidding war, then that competition deserves to lose their money.
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