Guild Wars 2 Using GW2Spidy to Find Markets

Give this a shot, and please report back with your findings either on this post, the

forums, or in later posts when the subject resurfaces! Email works too!

How many of you have actually gone through the process of identifying, testing, and

successfully making gold from markets with GW2Spidy? Please comment below if you

have. Details of your exploits (or lack there of) are nice but not necessary.
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I did a post recently on how to read GW2Spidy graphs simply. The most important point

I made was the capability to REMOVE lines you didn’t wish to see. This significantly

helps with the reading of the charts. You can also change how many days/weeks/months

you wish to view at once, and since there are less lines to calculate this process is

much faster than with them all turned on. Using gw2spidy to find deals has also been

discussed at length on our Private Forums in various example markets and debates.

While it is easier to find markets to make gold using Gold Wars 2, GW2Spidy is pretty

damned good (and a great complimentary tool) once you get the hang of it. You can

spot recurring trends over the course of the past year, and I’m relatively surprised

at how difficult this appears to be for most people.

Remember, the middle value (left column of values on each chart) has the average

price of the item over the time you’re looking at. If you ever see prices rise 15%

higher or 15% lower it is time to sell or buy respectively. That’s a very easy way to

use the tool. Just look at the price of a commonly traded item (like a crafting

material) over the course of the past month, jot down the average value and check

throughout the day to see if it’s time to buy or sell.

While it is easier to find markets to make gold using Gold Wars 2, GW2Spidy is pretty

damned good (and a great complimentary tool) once you get the hang of it. You can

spot recurring trends over the course of the past year, and I’m relatively surprised

at how difficult this appears to be for most people.

Give this a shot, and please report back with your findings either on this post, the

forums, or in later posts when the subject resurfaces! Email works too! 

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