Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Stock Up While Prices Are Down
Rock is near the market low threshold at 470/1000. We're hoping it holds near this for one more day!
Stones are just above average at 2,790/1000. That's still plenty of room for Sculpture, Scooter Lot Operators and Cushion Shops to make loads of profit, though. As usual, luxury shops (Tuxes/Fancy, and Art series) are already in the red at this cost.
Wood is at a market low of 520/1000 for the second day in a row. Don't expect this to last, though! Get any wood you need today at this price, it gets no cheaper than this unless you cut it yourself.
Lumber is below average at 4,500/1000. Stock up to see yourself through tomorrow, too.
Food is 960/1000, which is above average. Merchants who rely on food will still be running at a profit, some shops more than others. Watch for a dip after this spike when some expected harvests come tumbling in to market.
Fur is well below average at 650/1000, and headed down.
Woven fur is 4750/1000, just below average. It's going to hover in this range for a few days, which will be a boon to Terra Trainers, but not low enough to help those fancy shops (art, tux/fancy) turn a profit. (I know, what else is new?)
I'll be here when the Pterodactyl screeches at the close of Stone Street Market tomorrow with the news, too - whether it's up or down. I can smell some apples cooking, I'm off to buy some dessert to take home for dinner.
at 5:30 PM