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#1 May 05 2011 at 8:14 PM Rating: Decent
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Heya peoples. I was wondering what everyone is seeing on their Auction Houses. I am on Keenblade (Defiant) and I notice that I can't get a lot to sell (raw crafting goods, ore, bars, lumber, herbs, etc.) and I was wondering if any one has noticed what has sold well. Trying to make a cushion for when I buy my nimble mount.

So, what have you guys seen being sold on the AH?
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#2 May 05 2011 at 9:00 PM Rating: Good
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Markets operate in waves.

The more diverse your salable inventory the more often you're able to take advantage of a particular market.

Enter a market when you notice the supply dips below the standard level OR when you notice that the going rate in a particular market is unusually high (giving you the ability to make a good profit at a more normalized pricing level).

Remember, don't crash a market just for the sake of selling your stuff. If you're not selling for a profit at (or just above) the median level, all you're doing is hurting your own future profitability in that market (or severely lengthening the time it takes for that market to swing back around to the right level).

It's not about "what can I sell to make money" it's about "what sells for a profit right now, and what will sell later"
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#3 May 05 2011 at 9:21 PM Rating: Decent
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Archmage Callinon wrote:
Markets operate in waves.

The more diverse your salable inventory the more often you're able to take advantage of a particular market.

Enter a market when you notice the supply dips below the standard level OR when you notice that the going rate in a particular market is unusually high (giving you the ability to make a good profit at a more normalized pricing level).

Remember, don't crash a market just for the sake of selling your stuff. If you're not selling for a profit at (or just above) the median level, all you're doing is hurting your own future profitability in that market (or severely lengthening the time it takes for that market to swing back around to the right level).

It's not about "what can I sell to make money" it's about "what sells for a profit right now, and what will sell later"


Usually (not all ways) there is some commonality among servers. That is why I was asking, but I was also thinking that since most every one is still feeling out the waters with the AH no one has really been using it.
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#4 May 05 2011 at 9:32 PM Rating: Good
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Senryi wrote:
Archmage Callinon wrote:
Markets operate in waves.

The more diverse your salable inventory the more often you're able to take advantage of a particular market.

Enter a market when you notice the supply dips below the standard level OR when you notice that the going rate in a particular market is unusually high (giving you the ability to make a good profit at a more normalized pricing level).

Remember, don't crash a market just for the sake of selling your stuff. If you're not selling for a profit at (or just above) the median level, all you're doing is hurting your own future profitability in that market (or severely lengthening the time it takes for that market to swing back around to the right level).

It's not about "what can I sell to make money" it's about "what sells for a profit right now, and what will sell later"


Usually (not all ways) there is some commonality among servers. That is why I was asking, but I was also thinking that since most every one is still feeling out the waters with the AH no one has really been using it.


True enough, but since for that very reason telling you what I sell to make money could hinder my ability to make money, I'd rather tell you how I came to the conclusions I came to, so you might figure it out for yourself Smiley: grin
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#5 May 05 2011 at 9:47 PM Rating: Decent
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Archmage Callinon wrote:
Senryi wrote:
Archmage Callinon wrote:
Markets operate in waves.

The more diverse your salable inventory the more often you're able to take advantage of a particular market.

Enter a market when you notice the supply dips below the standard level OR when you notice that the going rate in a particular market is unusually high (giving you the ability to make a good profit at a more normalized pricing level).

Remember, don't crash a market just for the sake of selling your stuff. If you're not selling for a profit at (or just above) the median level, all you're doing is hurting your own future profitability in that market (or severely lengthening the time it takes for that market to swing back around to the right level).

It's not about "what can I sell to make money" it's about "what sells for a profit right now, and what will sell later"


Usually (not all ways) there is some commonality among servers. That is why I was asking, but I was also thinking that since most every one is still feeling out the waters with the AH no one has really been using it.


True enough, but since for that very reason telling you what I sell to make money could hinder my ability to make money, I'd rather tell you how I came to the conclusions I came to, so you might figure it out for yourself Smiley: grin


I figured as much, ya cheeky *******! :P
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