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    Micro Transactions

    Ok guys I'm relatively new to the HC AH approach, I've dabbled before but nothing to as great an extent as I am at the moment.

    I've a question for the more experienced members out there. What approach do you take?

    Is it many small transactions, mats, low level craftables or is there more worth in single large flips which generate the same profit as numerous smaller ones.
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    Yes is the answer here.

    All of those things stand to gain you money. Is one better than the other? Sometimes. It depends on your server, but ultimately, you want to learn and work yourself into many markets. Find things that other people aren't doing and take over those markets.

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    It all comes down to gold per hour (GPH) and personal preference. Diversification is very important, but I generally tend to invest large amounts in smaller volumes. Others stick to secure and steady investments; gems, scrolls, rods, daily transmutes etc.

    But this is a pretty broad question and you might want to take a few days to absorb everything on these forums. That would answer your question better than anyone can.
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    Personally, it comes down to how much money you have to play with. For example, if you have a low amount of money, ie. 5-10k gold, then you will be better suited to work the items that will allow you to keep your money liquid so you can reinvest it quickly and not miss any opportunities. However, if you are sitting on 50+k gold, I would begin to look at flipping some of the bigger items. A nice way to do this is to be come familiar with the items listed on the snatch list on these forums. Sometimes, you can get lucky and find one of those items rather cheap. If not, there is still profit if the poster has listed in the medium range and you have the ability to repost it for a higher amount without time constraints. The key is to keep some money liquid. If you have 100k+, then you can do all of the things mentioned, short term and long at the same time but I would have imiagined that you would have figured that out by then. Hope this helps with your desicion.
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    Thanks guys
    The real measure of your wealth is how much you'd be worth if you lost all your money.

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