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Market Watch #40
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:40 pm

The fourth edition of the all comprehensive guide to profitable trading, covering all aspects over a number of weeks.

In the last edition we covered further buying technique, along with the normal general item recommendations. As per, these will be here, and this time, the article will only cover one small topic, but important anyway, being that of event usage.

At the moment, we do not have the ability to create events but this really is one of the most important parts of selling your items. People scan events for those shops that may suit what they are looking for, so therefore you as a seller should cater to what sort of buyers you are trying to attract. Obviously a name such with the words “Bulk” and “Rare” will attract those who are probably collectors, so if your items come into this a lot, then maybe this is for you. On the other hand adding an artistic flare to the writing on your shop title, maybe calling your shop “,CoinShopee?” will attract those who are into role playing and manor building, and this is ideal if your furniture is suited to this style.

Also, your event should always be set to the trading setting for events, and certainly not games or parties, as this is what most people will look into. This may seem obvious but is easily missed, and can cause you to merely waste time that you could have used for more selling. A final trivial point about events is to make sure that when redoing events, that you wait a minute or two before doing so after turning event off, as sometimes your event will not appear on the list even though you may think it has.

The general item recommendations will now be covered in this part of the article.


The first item is the Snowy Sidewalk. This item can easily be bought 1c per and sold on 2c per, and is in rather high demand at most points due to being the preferred choice for pavements in room design. This is certainly an item I would recommend. The high demand and the factor of how easily they are traded makes these very easily profitable even if sold at 2 for 3c. If unsure what they look like the picture on the left is what it will look like in room, and this will now be included in every article from now on. One thing to be careful on however with these items is that of the normal sidewalks which are not very popular at all and not very useful in room building, and if you accidently buy them instead you may be making very large losses if buying these in very large bulk numbers, and therefore you must always check the smaller image on the right and memorise it.


The other item is the Japanese Lantern. These also sell 2c per, and have had points where they have been selling 3c per which is highly profitable if you keep till this periods. These are quite commonly found at 1c per as people are not always sure what price they are meant to be at, as they are not as common, but are highly worth getting if are seen. Again, remember the look of them so you can immediately pick up on them if you see them in shops. It wont be uncommon however though if you do not even see one of these in a whole set of stock, so do not get your hopes up too much because it is rather unlikely, but often when you do you will get these in bulks.

If you would like anything to be covered in the next edition, please write your question below.

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