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12-17-2011 @ 12:11AM
i've noticed that trade barking is more competitive than undercutting in AH because people take it more personally. The interesting side effect though, is that it affects people posting in AH since the perceived price goes down and the perceived competition goes up. For a medium population server like mine, the starting price was 35k for boots, but a couple of strategic undercut barks in trade quickly sent the price spiraling down to 8 to 10k in trade. When whispered though, they were rarely willing to actually sell. They just wanted to retaliate. In the mean time, in the AH people stopped undercutting by a few gold and started severely undercutting to keep up with the trade barking prices. Buy low! Most of my inventory actually sold in the wee hours and in the early afternoon before peak time at 18 to 20k. Profit!
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