I haven't seen many posts lately, mostly because Cata is here and everyone is in game a lot more. However, I wanted to make a post and see what everyone is making, what's most profittable, and if you're positive or negative.
First off, I'd like to list what is selling well for me.
[Ebonsteel Belt Buckle]These are selling faster than I can make them. Mats are roughly 350g~ to craft and selling for 850 easily.
[Darkmoon Card of Destruction]I have sold 3 decks so far, for a total of 200k and I have 40 cards left to sell. I expect once they sell I'll have made 400k total from these cards.
[Pyrium Weapon Chain]Since they removed EVERY talent that takes away disarm and improves the time you're disarmed, these are now required for melee PvPers. Only make 30-40g profit per sale, but that's still good as I can move them ASAP.
[Bloodied Pyrium Legguards]The Bloodied Pyrium and Bloodied Leather gear is going for a huge profit margin atm. Pyrium costs me around 300-500g to make and selling for 800g-2k per. The bloodied leather is doing even better, costing around 400g to make, and selling above 1k everytime
[Inferno Ruby]If you have an alchemist, start xmuting these. Mats are roughly 100g to xmute on my server, and these are selling for 160g consistently.
[Silver Inlaid Leaf]This and the Notched Jawbone are selling very well for Scribes to make a profit.
That's what I'm selling for now, what about you guys? I feel like I'm not selling enough, so I'm going to start searching for markets again.
As a total, I started out with 340k on launch day, spent 140k by Thursday, spiked up to 400k, then started buying epics and making more cards. In total, I have 260k atm with 7 epic items I've bought off the AH (each for at least 20k, I have a trinket that I bought for 60k), 40 cards to sell, and a crap ton of bloodied gear.
Once I sell the cards and the gear, I'll be above 400k with 7 new epics, bunch of mats stockpile, etc. So in the end, I came out positive! How about you guys? Did you handle the Xpac correctly and spend your gold in the right areas of investment?