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3-22-2011 @ 1:50AM
I notice you base your posting price on the current price of the listed items...this number fluctuates wildly and can often be a bit low in bursts, and I have found that by watching the market and knowing how hard the items are to get and also how valuable they are to what kinds of players, I can usually predict the fluctuations in pricing, either where nubs post items at wildly low prices, which get bought quickly, or people buy up a lot of something and are willing to pay a lot more than the 100% value at random times unexpectedly, with it mostly being in the middle...watching that range and picking where to put your stuff, means over the 48 hours you can often get a better price than the minimum undercut, although there is more cycling of goods and there can be a bit of an overhead....although the sales can be good if the pricing is right, if you go too high they don't sell and the fees get costly on some items, but other items (especially rare or high end/expensive) can have a low fee and potentially high impulse purchase price.
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