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Yes, basically, I just figure out the ebay value for each item, add it up and then times it by about 0.85 and then divide that by 2 and that is my max bid..
OR, a far cruder way (say you don't have time to figure out all the ebay values):
Wholesale Price x 0.68 x 0.85 / 2 = Max Bid
Remember the wholesale price is the Cost column shown on the charts.. See example below..
So, for this one below its simply:
( $1796.66 x 0.68 x 0.85 ) / 2 = $519.23.
Generally, I will nudge it a hair above this value.. Maybe $551..
||ROTISSRIE,BABY GEORGE FOR
||DRILL DRIVER,14.4V HD XRP
||DRILL DRIVER,18V HD XRP
||HAMMER DRILL,18V HD XRP
||DRILL,DC759LA 18VOLT COMP
||38"BEAR,SKIING POLAR BEAR
Brad Lord <email@example.com> wrote:
Thanks Tony, what about bidding on the items, Do you
set a certain % that you will not bid higher??? Thanks
--- Anthony W. wrote:
> Hi Brad,
> I am guessing just copy and paste for text
> If you are copying from an HTML page, you just
> right click and choose "View Source" to get the
> original HTML..
> From a PDF its just copy and paste also, but will
> be text mainly when pasted..
> GENCO SHIPPING:
> Not sure what to say.. If you are a few hundred
> miles away and you have 4 pallets, you are looking
> at about $250 shipping charge..
> So, its dependant on several factors.. You could
> probably pay someone to go down for a little
> cheaper.. Like someone with a big truck, if you
> only have three pallets or something.. When I say
> big truck, I mean big or someone with a trailor for