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Question about far range trading
« on: January 08, 2018, 03:26:49 AM »
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I bought 25 silver goods, worth 15 silver, traveled far enough to get a 300+ bonus, but when I visited town my goods only worth about 5 silver each,  and I could only sell them about 20 silver each, why is that? I don't understand the mechanism among them.
S&D means Supply and Demand, is it the total amount of available trading at this period?
Should I purchase goods in the town with high current available S&D and sell them to the low available S&D town?
How does S&D affect the price?
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Re: Question about far range trading
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2018, 03:45:01 AM »
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I bought 25 silver goods, worth 15 silver, traveled far enough to get a 300+ bonus, but when I visited town my goods only worth about 5 silver each,  and I could only sell them about 20 silver each, why is that? I don't understand the mechanism among them.
S&D means Supply and Demand, is it the total amount of available trading at this period?
Should I purchase goods in the town with high current available S&D and sell them to the low available S&D town?
How does S&D affect the price?

S&D has some effect on price but not enough. When you click on the fief it'll tell you a "price" thats the base price that the 300% bonus gets applied too. So the fief you are at sells and buys for 5 price while the one you bought from is 15. Unfortunately you should have bought at that 5 price fief and sold at the 15 price fief but you should still be able to make money if you go to a 15 or higher fief.

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Re: Question about far range trading
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2018, 06:05:40 AM »
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S&D has some effect on price but not enough. When you click on the fief it'll tell you a "price" thats the base price that the 300% bonus gets applied too. So the fief you are at sells and buys for 5 price while the one you bought from is 15. Unfortunately you should have bought at that 5 price fief and sold at the 15 price fief but you should still be able to make money if you go to a 15 or higher fief.
So you are saying every good had a price of 5s and price of 25s for different towns and villages?
Is there any "rank" of goods to make them a level of prices? Or actually all the goods had same basic price?
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Re: Question about far range trading
« Reply #3 on: January 08, 2018, 07:21:12 AM »
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So you are saying every good had a price of 5s and price of 25s for different towns and villages?
Is there any "rank" of goods to make them a level of prices? Or actually all the goods had same basic price?

the owner of the fief sets the price.

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Re: Question about far range trading
« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2018, 04:35:48 PM »
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buy low, sell high, very far