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10-28-2010 @ 7:43PM
i don't care that you're sharing secrets. I care because when you make a post about our "niche markets" everyone that reads this site thinks it'll be easy. They go out and post hundreds of auctions without thinking, with only the knowledge you're giving them in the article. It then spirals the market out and makes all our work and research not have any truth in the current market. You're also acting like if you don't post these articles, AH Raiders won't get competition, which is completely false. And, as i stated before, your articles don't provide competition. They make someone think they know everything there is to know about a specific topic, they try it out, find out it's not so easy, and then drop out. So all you've accomplished is massively driving down the cost of glyphs below the cost of mats.
10-28-2010 @ 10:58PM
This! But it is not just glyphs. Everyone with half a brain knew the glyph market was coming. There are other markets in which speculators have made decent money for quite a while; since these columns started, many of those have been undermined and essentially no longer viable.Everyone jumps in on the deal of the day and the market crashes. The opportunity winds up not being there because of the sheer number of people that try to capitalize on the supposed niche. The cyclic trend of weekend warriors only serves to lengthen the time frame of the crash. So I ask again, as I mentioned before, is the new speculation 'game' that of identifying markets that won't be covered in Gold Capped or Insider Trader? Seems that way to me...Please teach us thread police: Frugality and Pyro.
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