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2-09-2011 @ 6:43PM
I'm an econemy nub. What I would like to know is to what purpose people use this information? I'm sure their are more things you can do with it then just knowing when to undercut someone.
2-09-2011 @ 7:12PM
I am by far very amateur with my Auctioneering, but something I noticed when I was playing around with some of the item searches is you can see when the supply/demand usually allows for the greatest profit.I probably won't ever use this, as again, I'm not an AH PvPer, but I still think it's very neat, and definitely helpful to many folks out there.
2-09-2011 @ 7:25PM
The primary purpose is to do research before deciding what to craft for sale. Also, the data can be useful to farmers who want to know when the best time to sell is.
2-09-2011 @ 9:13PM
It will let you more easily see patterns that you can then utilize to your benefit. For example, I make my money (slowly) by snapping up Volatile Life on the weekends and then selling it as transmuted air on the weekdays. It took a few weeks but I noticed the price of VA going for ~14 gold each on Friday and Saturday and ~22-24 gold each on weekdays. Since volatile life follows the same pattern due to weekend players flooding the market, I now know when to buy and when to sell. Websites like this make it so it takes a few minutes to confirm patterns like that, not a few weeks.
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