*Update- I did change the title and where I was going with today's scoop as it was eerily similar to a like minded individual (Ali from Adventures in Warcraft) that had a guest post at JMTC today.
Ok folks. I have a few things that I am going to cover with this post. As you know, I mainly talk about what I am doing in WoW, what has been working for me, what my predictions are, etc, etc, etc.....
I have a few quick things I am going to go over today, if for anything (or nothing) else, they are here to make you think. First off, I am going to hit on a tell that I received the other night....
Now the few stacks of cards only cost me 10ish gold (each) to make, so as long as I was above that mark, I was profiting. With the new competitor, I dropped my cards "fighting" with them until they had them up for less than 10g each. Two stacks worth. In singles, 5's, 10's, 20's, 50's. Bought em up, marked them up to 16g each, and logged out. Woke up the next morning with 6.5K from fortune cards.
I was reading in patch notes for 4.0.6 that there is now [another] use for Murglesnouts in cooking. I don't see this to be a great moneymaker, but if I get profit for any sale, it adds to the bottom line, right? So I hit the AH and see that these are currently pretty cheap.
So I bought em out. All of em. And still buying. Why? A tiny investment for a tiny profit. But if I make a gold each, thats a few gold that I didn't have before. If I take a loss on them? I have plenty of food. And the loss is minimal. Risk or (for) Rewards?
Make sense? Or better yet.....Common "Cents"?