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If you're joining this flipping series late, please see the following posts:
Part 1: Buy Orders
Part 2: Listing Your Auctions
Part 3: Bags
Part 4: Exotics
You've been doing this for five days now. I want you to look at the prices you bought and sold items at, then see what the highs and lows are for each one. This gives you a competitive advantage when buying and pricing items long term. You'll know when to buy, when to sell, and when to wait!
While this tip may seem basic, it's not. This is the single greatest factor that separates you from someone who randomly selects an item to flip at any given time throughout the day.
If I were to look at cotton scraps and see them at 28 copper buy order and 29 copper sell order, I would not purchase them. But if you knew that cotton scraps sometimes got as high as 36 copper sell order, then you would buy them, right? That's the advantage you can now create for yourself.