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11-04-2011 @ 3:48PM
It seems that with enough gold, it would be quite easy to dominate the market through capping the price of these by buying out and relisting higher. Virtual gold, especially in the WoW economy for many gold-capped players, is limitless and low risk, real US dollars is very high risk with a strict limit in the amount of real money people are willing to spend.
11-04-2011 @ 3:58PM
What I'm guessing will happen is that the AH players will decide on certain thresholds and buy out anything below a certain price, relist at a high price, and if competition comes in, simply out price them all the way down to the bottom limit, where they buy out again. My prediction ***after the market stabilizes***:The actual price of the Guardian cub for AH buyers will fluctuate from 6k to 10k, but the actual amount of gold a Blizzard Store buyer will get for his $10 will be around 5k due to the AH players constantly undercutting them until the bottom limit where they finally get bought out (by the AH players) to be relisted.
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