Advanced Flipping

The Advanced Flipping Guide is for players who are now comfortable with buying and selling items in their chosen niche and who are looking for help tracking their purchases and diversifying into new markets.

Flipping Porfolio

A flipping portfolio is a list of successful markets and items compiled into a watch list or spreadsheets in order to keep track of current prices and profit potential. If you are dedicated to making gold on the Trading Post then you need to be keeping a very close eye on your selected markets.
Flipping Porfolio

A flipping portfolio is a list of successful markets and items compiled into a watch list or spreadsheets in order to keep track of current prices and profit potential. If you are dedicated to making gold on the Trading Post then you need to be keeping a very close eye on your selected markets.
Creating an Item List

We will be creating a basic watch list for Guild Wars 2 which will contain all of “core” items I believe every trader should have in their flipping portfolio. Our item lists contains 206 items, covering the entire Crafting Materials market (not including components) split into several subcategories for fast and efficient sorting.
It is entirely down to preference on how you construct your watchlist, I currently have my list sorted by the items “Rarity” and an additional category for Chef Ingredients but it is also possible to sort them by Tier, name or even price if you have a lot of time on your hands.
The main priority is to have the ability to open a list, glance at the profit percentages and have a brief idea of what items are currently profitable. You can then use this knowledge to research the market’s graphs and statistics for the true profitability.
Adding items to your list

Now that we have our item lists created, we need to populate them. Unfortunately there is no fast way of doing this so we will have to manually search and add each item separately. However, doing this is extremely easy!
For example, if we wanted to add an onion to our “Chef Ingredients” list all we have to do is search for the term “onion”, click on the [+] sign and select the appropriate list to add it to. Did I mention how easy this was? 

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