Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Market's Losses Are Our Gains

Not all the fireworks were in the skies! As commodity after commodity fell to lower prices on Stone Street, buyers and shop merchants reacted with glee. New Salad Shop and Bistro owners will enjoy a lower price for their recipes today!

Rocks are nice and low at 460/thousand; get them before they spike tomorrow. Other than that one spike, they're going to be low for the next 7 days!

Stones are very low today at 1990/thousand and tomorrow at a little lower tomorrow; then they start a climb. Stock up!

Wood is well above average at 710/thousand and goes even higher tomorrow; then it falls. I hope you stocked up while it was at rock bottom.

Lumber is nearly at a market high today at 6,100/thousand. There's some respite on the day after, when it takes a dip below average! Lumber businesses should look carefully at this perilous price before buying.

Food is 800/thousand, a more or less average price. It'll drop for a day before spiking even higher.

At 580/thousand, Fur is tied for a lowest market price and headed for a climb.

Woven fur
is 4,710/thousand, below average; I expect it to hover loosely in this range for several days.

You've got until the stroke of midnight GMT/UDT to get your BUY orders in. I'm ordering extra foodstuff for my beautiful new Salad Shop and Village Bistro!

The Red-Ink Department

Despite all that good news, here are the shops that have one (or more) products running in the negative with these market prices. Parenthesis indicate number of products which are losing money.:

Furniture Stores (2)
Art Stores series (2)
Tux Stores series (2)
Toymaker Shop (1)
Hiking Store (3)
Ski Store (3)
Canoe Store (3)
Mountain Climbing Store (1)
Proceed carefully out there!

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