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12-02-2010 @ 5:23PM
Higher volume, lower prices are a steadier, more reliable way to keep the money churning. Also, if you are constantly undercutting by 1 copper, might you be wasting more time camping the AH than crafting?Basil also did a whole series on automating as much of the crafting as possible. The people who can do this also have a leg up in the glyph-crafting game.Finally, it would take a comparison of data sets to see which comes out on top in terms of gold per time unit. Overcutting, buying and reposting, or keeping glyph prices high by undercutting by small amounts is a much riskier way to make your gold. It might pay off in the long-term, but it's likely you'll have long stretches where you make little to no money (or even lose money in a given week), on a more risky strategy. It's kind of an argument, would you rather sell 1 glyph per week at 150g (with a chance of selling none), or 5 glyphs at 30g (where you are pretty sure you can sell those 5)?
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