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I will record doubloon pricing on Viridian in this thread, for people to graph, track, etc.

EDIT: Started tracking Sage as well.

"Overnight low" means that a buy offer at that price did not fill, but a higher price did fill. Lowest trade price is either listed, or listed + 1.

8/16 noon: Buy 1136 Sell 1194 fee 24 profit 34
8/17: Overnight low 1143, 10:30 am buy 1200, sell 1230. fee 25, profit 5
8/18-8/20: Some data collected, but destroyed by a power failure before being formatted for posting. Other times, V was impossible to login to; with doubloon trades taking more than a minute to post, it was impossible to put up overnight tracking trades.
8/21-8/23: Busy with Sage. No more spare dubs. No overnight tracking.

8/24: 10:20 pm: 1316 - 1380, trade at 1340.
8/25: 10 am: V: 1284 - 1358, both trading. S: 650 - 704, trading 704.
8/26: 12:45 am: S: 675-698, no trading for 10 minutes. V: 1262-1332, trading at 1262
. . . 9:30 am: S: 664-715, trading 664. v: 1319 - 1386, trade 1385.

8/29 V: 7:30 am 1315 - 1358, trading both ends.
. . . . S: 920 am 686 - 700, trading 686
8/30 7:40 am: V: 1319 (7) - 1350 (3), last trade 1350.
. . . . . 7:50 am: S: 791 (18) (next buy at 735(1)) - 800 (16) trade at 800
8/31 11:10 am: V: 1166 (9) - 1238 (1), last trade 1239
. . . . . 11:50 am S: 865 (1) - 909 (5), last trade 909


Change in notation: ask n: sell offer at N was not traded. High price did not go over this amount. bid n: buy offer at N was not filled. Low price did not go below this amount.

V: Tracking range 1179 - 1366
S: Tracking range ... - 923
Tracking prices appoximately every 3-10 poe.

9/1 10:00 am V: 1268(20) - 1328(8), last trade 1328, ask 1350, bid 1194
. . . . 11:00 am S: 802(1) - 899(32), last trades 801, 895.
. . . . 7:40 pm. V: 1272(2) - 1313(10), last trade 1313, ask 1350, bid 1194
. . . . 7:40 pm S: 807(1) - 849 (2), last trade 849, ask 909

9/2: 950 am:
. . . . S: 845(7) - 875(5), trade 876, ask 909
. . . . V: 1262(7) = 1312(6), trade 1312, bid 1194, ask 1350

9/3 5:40 pm: S: 943(2) - 973(37). Last trade 973. Asks all traded.
New tracking down 938-894, up 988-1028
. . . . 6:15 pm: V: 1257(6) - 1328(6). Last trade 1328, ask 1350, bid 1194
Changed tracking: 1248-1208, 1334-1377
. . . . 11:05 PM V: 1284 (1) - 1341 (9). Last trade 1283, 1341. Bid 1248, ask 1347.Tracking bids to 1263 - 1188, asks 1347 - 1382
. . . . 11:25 pm S: 857 (1) - 948 (64). Last trade 945, 948. All bids cleared. Ask 988. Tracking asks 959 - 1033.

9/4 2:45 pm S: 865(2) - 925(7). Last trade 925. Ask 982. Tracking bids 847-818. Tracking asks 982-1033
. . . . . 3:00 pm V: 1271(2)-1329(6). Last trade 1271. Bid 1248, ask 1357. Tracking bids 1253-1188, tracking asks 1343-1382

9/5 9:05-9:15 am S: 910(2) - 960(9). Last trade: 959,960,940. Bid 828, ask 982. Tracking bids 848-823, tracking asks 968-1021
. . . 9:20-9:25 am V: 1305(1)-1370(83). Last trade 1368, 1311, 1370, 1320. Bid 1237, ask 1372. Tracking bids 1268 - 1188. Tracking asks 1372-1401. 1330(7)-1370(55).

9/6 no data collected

9/7 10:30 pm
. . . . S: 933(3) - 997(16). Last trade 997. Bid 888, ask 1001. Tracking bids 923-873, asks 1002-1017
. . . . V: 1303(9) - 1340(3). Last trade 1303, 1340. Bid 1278, asks clear. Tracking bids 1298-1243, asks 1362-1373

9/8 11:10 pm
. . . . S: 952(12)-999(12). Last trade 999. Bid 923, ask 1002. Market is very stable. Tracking bids 948-898, asks 1002-1017
. . . . V: 1310(2) - 1323(3). Without gaps, 1304(1)-1340(50). Last trade 1323. Bid 1274, ask 1366. Tracking bids 1298-1271, asks 1351-1366

9/9 10:20 am
. . . . . S: 983(1)-1014(10). Last trade 1014. Bid 948, ask 1017. Tracking bids 963-898, asks 1017-1043
. . . . . V: 1310(15)-1345(17). Last trade 1345, 1346. Bid 1298, 1351. 10:30: 1310(14)-1346(71). Tracking bids 1298-1271, asks 1351-1366
11:00 S: 952(5)-1030(3), bid 948, ask 1033. Tracking bids 948-898, asks 1033-1058.
. . . . . V: 1307(7)-1342(24), otherwise unchanged.
11:30 S: 955(15)-1020(46). Ask 1043. Next asks: 1070(33), 1100(1), 1200(2), 1500(55). No selling at lower dubs. Market had spiked, and dropped back to normal. Tracking asks very sparsely, 1033-1063
. S: 11:00 pm 1001(5)-1165(63). Last trade 1175. Bid 941. More asks down to 1150(63), the 1165 was canceled. Tracking bids 998-903, not tracking asks.
. . . 11:10 pm: 1001(5)-1140(8), last trade 1175. Sell side: 1140(7), 1150(65), 1163(2), 1170(20), 1180(4). Very few sells. Very low dub volume.
. . . 11:20 pm: 1005(1)-1125(6), last trade 1140. Sell side: 1125(6), 1130(20), 1139(3), 1163(2), 1180(4). Still low volume. 11:25 trades at 1005, 1003.

9/10 10:00 pm S: 1050(1)-1098(3). 1050(1),1040(5),1026(7),1025(25),1023(14) - 1098(3),1099(91),1100(20),1113(31),1114(1). Buy side range is 27, sell size range is 16. Buy side range is 25 for 14-39 units, sell side is 1 for 4-95 units. Market expected to drop, but no realistic lower buy offers. Buy price (overnight low) 948. Tracking bids 983-938. Not tracking asks.
. . . . 12:00 am V: 1283(25)-1331(1). Last trade 1283, 1331. Ask 1366. Tracking bids 1273-1250, tracking asks 1338-1373. 12:10 am: 1288(1)-1334(3).
. . . . 12:15 am S: 1070(3)-1080(13). Next buy 1039(1). Serious buy: 1036(25). Next sell 1098(3),1099(50). Last trade 1080. Tracking asks 1103-1133.

9/11 10:30 am S: 1000(1)-1099(11), last trade 1099, 999, 1097. Bid 983 (not filled since 11 pm on 9/9). Ask 1128. Tracking bids 993-943. Tracking asks 1108-1133. 10:40 994(2)-1097(10).
. . . . 10:40 am V: 1288(7)-1339(1), last trade 1288, 1340, 1272. Bid 1273, ask 1353. Tracking bids 1268-1240. Tracking asks 1348-1383. 1045: 1273(4)-1339(5).

9/12 ?? Data lost?

9/13 11:30 am S: 1016(1)-1050(8), last trade 1050. Bids all clear (below 943). Ask 1108 (did not go up since 9/11). Not tracking bids. Tracking asks 1073-1133.
. . . . . . . . . V: 1273(18)-1315(1). Last trade 1315,1273. Bid 1240, ask 1363. Tracking bids 1258-1240. Tracking asks 1323-1383

9/14 11:25 pm S: 1031(2)-1078(4). Last trade 1077, 1072, 1073, 1074, 1075, 1076. No bids. Ask 1098. Bids: 1031(2), 1020(1), 1009(7), 1008(3), 1006(6). Asks: 1078(4), 1080(43), 1085(9), 1089(6), 1090(7). Tracking bids 998-973, asks 1083-1133. 11:58: 1009(5)-1078(3), last 1009.
. . . . 11:50 V: 1314(?)-1370(6). Last trade 1369. Bid 1258, ask all clear (over 1383). Tracking bids 1322-1240. 1325(1)-1369(12)

9/15 no data

9/16 1:15 am: S: 920(6)-998(6), last trade 998. All bids clear, ask 1103. Tracking bids 903-888. Tracking asks 1073-1118.
. . . . 1:50 am: V: 1300(28)-1363(7), last trade 1301, 1365. Bid 1298. Tracking bids 1298-1240. Tracking asks 1378-1408
. . . . 10:45 am S: 869(11)-980(103). Last trade 980, 870, 979. All bids clear. Tracking bids 868-860.Tracking asks 1073-1118.

9/17 4:35 pm S: 980(2)-998(95). Next buy 951(1). Last trade 998. Bid 860, ask 1073.
. . . . 11:50 pm S: 910(1)-985(24). Last trade 985. Tracking bids 883-860. Tracking asks 1073-1118.
. . . . . . . . . V: 1302(10)-1358(11). Last trade 1358. Bid 1293, ask 1403. Tracking bids 1298-1240. Tracking asks 1383-1408


9/18
9/19 Some data was lost
9/20
9/21

9/22 7:20 pm S: 965(2)-1000(50). Last trade 1000, 965. Bid 890. Ask 1053. (Both outside range on 9/17; tracking data was lost). Tracking bids 928-860. Tracking asks 1033-1105.
. . . . 7:50 pm V: 1301(19)-1345(10). Last trade 1345, 1343. Bid 1258. Ask 1383. Tracking bids 1273-1243. Tracking asks 1353-1408. 8:10 1305(2)-1340(3).

9/23 10:10 pm S: 980(2)-1008(5). Last trade 1008. Bid 928, ask 1033. Tracking bids 958-860. Tracking asks 1023-1105.
. . . . 10:15 pm V: 1264(1)-1319(4). Last trade 1319. Bids clear (below 1243). Ask 1353. Tracking bids 1243-1233. Tracking asks 1328-1408

9/24 6:40 pm S: 970(7)-1007(6). Last trade 1007. Bid 935, ask 1023. Tracking bids 958-925. Tracking asks 1023-1073. 8:00 pm: 964(10)-1009(15)
. . . . 6:20 pm V: 1225(8)-1280(12). Last trade 1280. Bids clear. Ask 1348. Tracking bids 1223-1208. Tracking asks 1328-1398.

9/25 no data

9/26 1:10 pm S: 996(1)-999(5). Last trade 999, 1000, 996. Buy prices: 996(1), 995(1), 980(2), 979(2), 978(7). Sell prices: 1000(158), 1020(11), 1022(20), 1024(18), 1025(13). Bid 953 (from 958), ask 1053 (from 1023). Tracking bids 959-939. Tracking asks 1038-1068. 1:20 pm 995(1)-1000(158).

9/27 no data

9/28 9:45 pm 972(2)-1000(1). Bids clear (below 939). Ask 1038. Tracking bids 938-928. Tracking asks 1018-1048.
. . . . 10:00 pm 1270(2) - 1299(2). Last trade 1299. Bids clear (below 1208). Ask 1353. Tracking bids 1218-1203. Tracking asks 1327-1378. 10:10 pm: 1265(70)-1299(8), 1300(299).

9/29 10:00 pm S: 981(1) - 1028(2). Last trade 1028, 1015. Bid 938. Ask 1033. Tracking ask 1033-1048. Not tracking bids.
. . . . 9:30 pm V: 1260(5)-1310(99). Last trade 1310. Bids clear (below 1203). Ask 1331. Trend seems consistent: low dub price ~1200, high dub price ~1330. Overnight profit ~100 per flip (50 per trade).

9/30 9:30 pm S: 989(1)-1031(7). Last trade 1031. Ask 1043. Tracking bids 938-928. Tracking asks 1033-1048
. . . . 10:45 pm V: 1275(6)-1300(7). Last trade 1300. Bids clear. Ask 1325. Tracking bids 1220-1200. Tracking asks 1318-1378.

10/1 11:30 pm S: 1034(2) - 1092(8). Tracking reset. Prices climbing?. Not tracking bids. Tracking asks 1123-1158.
. . . . 11:20 pm V: 1275(27)-1296(2). Buy prices: 1275(27), 1251(1), 1250(7), 1227(2), 1226(11). Tracking reset. Tracking bids 1223-1193 Tracking asks 1323-1348.

10/2 5:00 pm S: 1022(8)-1080(3). Ask 1143. Tracking bids 938-923. Tracking asks 1139 - 1158

10/3-10/10 No data collected because of move.

10/11 6:50 pm S: 1159(23)-1195(86). Last trade 1159. Tracking bids 1148-1038. Tracking asks 1203-1258
. . . . . 9:35 pm V: 1207(111) - 1237(81). Yes, the range is that small. Last trade 1207. Bids all clear (below 1193 in the last week). Ask 1323 (not reached in a week?!?). Tracking 1243-1328

10/13 1:10 am S:1166(23)-1220(40). Bid 1108. Ask 1228. Tracking bids 1115-1038. Tracking asks 1228-1258
. . . . . 1:00 am V: 1221(3)-1259(3). Ask 1273. Tracking bids 1213-1188. Tracking asks 1273-1328

10/14-10/17 no data collected

10/18 1:55 am S: 1188(7) - 1254(2). Bid 1093. Asks clear. Tracking bids 1123-1038. Tracking asks 1288-1333
. . . . . 2:05 am V: 1222(10) - 1265(20). Bid 1198. Ask 1283. Tracking bids 1208-1188. Tracking asks 1268-1328

Data collection will be occasional and fragmented for the near future. Expect it to be back to normal in november.

10/24 Reset tracking on Sage

10/25 1:35 am S: 1114(6) - 1140(10). Bid 1108. Ask 1158. Tracking bids 1108-1028. Tracking asks 1158-1318.
. . . . . 1:40 am V: 1191(2) - 1228(11). All clear. Tracking bids 1188-1133. Tracking asks 1233-1308
. . . . . 6:10 pm S: 1085(9)-1143(24). Last trade 1086. Bid 1048, ask 1178. Tracking bids 1048-1028. Tracking asks 1143-1318. 6:15 1070(1)-1132(5).
. . . . . 6:20 pm V: 1170(1) (next 1153) - 1198(16). Last trade 1198, 1170. Bid 1148. Ask 1263. Tracking bids 1148-1093. Tracking ask 1203-1308. 6:25 1156(2) - 1198(13).

10/28 6:10 am S: 1038(13)-1089(7). Last trade 1089. Bid 1037. Ask 1178. Tracking bids 1023-1003. Tracking asks 1143-1283. Yes, the 1000 dub is (almost) back.
. . . . . 6:25 am V: 1122(20)-1150(84) next buy 1196(97). Last trade 1123. Bids clear (below 1093). Ask 1263. Tracking bids 1103-1063. Tracking asks 1203-1308.

10/29 1:40 am S: 1070(1)-1107(9). Last trade 1107. Bid 1008. Ask 1143. Almost 1000 poe. Tracking bids 1023-983. Tracking asks 1128-1283. 2:00 am 1070(8)-1107(3).
. . . . . 2:00 am V: 1037(13)-1120(3), next sell 1144(28). Last trade 1050. Bids clear. Ask 1203. Tracking bids 1023-1003. Tracking asks 1163-1308

11/11 Back to normal tracking. All tracking info clear from time, if not from trade completed.

11/11 1:05 am S: 1063(9) - 1111(6). Last trade 1111. Tracking bids 1052-902. Tracking asks 1122-1262.
. . . . . 1:25 am V: 1020(2) - 1053(1). Last trade 1053. Tracking bids 1012-972. Tracking asks 1062-1262.


Sorry, this time I mean it, back to normal tracking

11/17 12:35 am S: 1060(11) - 1090(12). Last trade 1090. Bid 1022. Ask /** NOW CALLED SELL */ 1122.
In almost a week, it never got up to 1122, nor down to 1022. That's stable.

11/18 12:25 am S: 1071(7) - 1086(4). Last trade 1086. Bid 1022. Sell 1122. Trasking bids 1050-902. Tracking sells 1093-1262.
. . . . . 12:35 am V: 1001(13) - 1022(151). Last trade 1022. Bid clear (below 972). Sell 1062. Tracking sell 1023-1262. Not tracking bids.

. . . . . 11:20 pm S: 1041(8) - 1087(1). Last trade 1041. Bid 1022, sell 1102.

11/19 1:40 am S: 1043(14) - 1090 (45). Last trade 1041. Bid 1022, sell 1102. Tracking bids 1037-. Tracking sell 1097-.
. . . . . 11:50 pm V: 1001(2) - 1021(218). Last trade 1021. Bids not tracked. Sell 1032. Tracking bids 982-932. Tracking sells 1023-1262. 11:55 1000(4)-1021(200).

11/20 12:00 am S: 1060(3) - 1090(13). Last trade 1090. Bid 1032. Sell 1097. Tracking bids 1052- . Tracking sells 1097-. 12:50 1063(5) - 1091(4)
. . . . . 7:40 pm V: 1000(9) - 1021(64). Bid 972 (from 982). Sell 1028 (from 1023). Tracking sell 1025-. Tracking bids 976-.
. . . . . 7:45 pm S: 1050(92) - 1092(79). Last trade 1090. Bid 1042 (from 1052). Sell 1102 (from 1097). Tracking bids 1042-. Tracking sells 1099-.

11/21 1:40 am V: 996(6) - 1022(208). (another 281@1024). Last trade 1022. Bid 942 (was 1000 just 6 hours ago...). Sell 1025. Tracking bids 954-942. Tracking sells 1025-.
. . . . . 2:00 am S: 1063(1) - 1095(39). Last trade 1095. Bids 1042-. Sells 1099-. (unchanged)

11/22 12:30 pm V: 1004(7) - 1031(18). (174@1002, 336@1001, 349@1000; 122@1032, 125@1033). Bid 952. Sell 1032. Tracking bids 998-942. Tracking sells 1032-1053
. . . . . 12:05 pm S: 1042(19) - 1080(9). (155@1041, 271@1040; 103@1082, 112@1087). Bid 1032. Sell 1112. Tracking bids 1037-1022. Tracking sells 1092-1122.
. . . . . 10:00 pm V: 1015(9) - 1029(4). (126@1031, 151@1033). Bid 998. Sell 1034 (from 1032)
. . . . . 10:10 pm S: 1063(8) - 1091(9). (74@1060; 125@1095). Bid 1037. Sell 1097. ** Climbing **. Tracking bids 10467-

11/24 3:15 pm V: 1000(1) - 1015(20) (; 172@1020). Bid 992 (from 998). Sell 1034. Tracking bids 997-. Tracking sells 1028-.
. . . . . 3:20 pm S: 1065(14) - 1100(25). (103@1062; ). Bid 1037. Sell 1102 (from 1097). Tracking bids 1054-1022. Tracking sells 1102-1148.

11/25 1:00 am V: 1000(246) - 1025(31). Bid 992 (from 997). Sell 1028. Tracking 992-, 1028-.
. . . . . 1:00 am S: 1080(1) - 1103(20). Bid 1054. Sell 1107 (from 1148). Tracking bids 1058-1018. Tracking sells 1107-.

11/26 11:30 pm V: 1006(22) - 1047(6). (44@1005, 67@1001; 124@1048, 126@1050). Bid 992. Sell 1053. Trackings bids 992-. Tracking sells 1053-1098.
. . . . . 11:40 pm S: 1072(77) - 1100(2). Bid 1048 (From 1058). Sell 1112 (from 1107). Tracking bids 1048-. Tracking sells 1112-.

11/27 11:00 pm V: 1006(8) - 1032(58). (; 90@1033). Bid 992. Sell 1053. Tracking sells 1038-.
. . . . . 11:05 pm S: 1080(1) - 1107(8). (41@1075, 44@1074; 147@1110). Bid 1048. Sell 1122 (from 1112). Tracking sell 1112-

11/29 11:55 pm V: 1011(35) - 1040(41) (; 111@1041). Bid 992. Sell 1073. Tracking bids 1003-. Tracking sells 1048-
11/30 12:45 am S: 1084(41) - 1127(45) (; 50@1128; 50@1130). Bid 1048. Sell 1133. Tracking bids 1078-1058. Tracking sell 1133-1178.

11/30 11:25 pm V: 1034(3) - 1047(63) (133@1019; 152@1048, 59@1050). Bid 1003. Sell 1053 (from 1048). Tracking bids 1013-. Tracking sells 1053-.

12/02 3:30 pm V: 1010 (7) - 1037(111). (30@1005; 40@1038, 37@1040, 38@1046). Bid 997 (from 1013). Sell 1073 (from 1053). Tracking bids 1003-983. Tracking sells
. . . . . 10:50 pm S: 1180(1) - 1199 (36). (50@1166; 61@1200). Bids 1063 (from 1078). Sells clear. Tracking bids 1167-1152. Tracking sells 1203-1253. 10:58 pm: 24@1199 (from 36).

12/04 9:05 pm V: 1009(3) - 1022(169). (39@1005; 44@1035). Bid 993 (from 1003). Sell 1063 (from ???). Tracking bids 998-993. Tracking sells 1048-1093.
. . . . . 9:15 pm S: 1175(1) - 1183(20). (; 73@1186, 85@1189). Bids clear (below 1152). Sell 1253 (from 1203). Tracking sells 1233-1253. Not tracking buys.

12/06 9:50 pm V: 1017(1) - 1044(17) (103@1015; ). Bid 993 (from 998). Sell 1063 (from 1048). Tracking bids 993-, sell 1058-
2/07 12:05 am S: 1185(7) - 1247(3). All tracking clear. No more reliable tracking of sage. Dub pricing expected to climb another 50-100 poe
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Maybe "historical" dragons were pterosaurs?
http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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Now tracking sage as well.
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Maybe "historical" dragons were pterosaurs?
http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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Dub sell prices:
1020(46). Next asks: 1070(33), 1100(1), 1200(2), 1500(55).

That's at about 11:40 this morning. With my tracking dub sells clear, that's the pricing seen on the "dub sell" side of sage.

There's money to be made here folks. I do NOT have enough liquidity to make it myself.
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Maybe "historical" dragons were pterosaurs?
http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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Now that I have been tracking this for a little over a month, I'd like to find out if this is of use to anyone, or if I should just stop?

Note that Sage's prices were fairly stable until about 9/28, and are now about the same as Viridian's. (Still a little lower, but not much).
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Maybe "historical" dragons were pterosaurs?
http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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It would likely be quite simple to chart that information. I'll see if I can get something set up, but I can't promise it will get done very quickly.
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If anybody gets a Doubloon tracker graph going for one or both of the oceans I'd love to get a hold of it!
Lizthegrey has a commodities tracker over at www.RustyCutlass.org but it doesn't include Dub trading.
Best of luck on the project guys!
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Lizthegrey has a commodities tracker over at www.RustyCutlass.org but it doesn't include Dub trading.
Best of luck on the project guys!


Liz's tracker uses tax data available via the web. That project does not track price at any specific island (which would be of interest). Dub pricing isn't on any web page, and at any time, there are two posted prices of interest. Unless you could get a ticker tape type listing of every trade price, buy and sell postings are the best you can do, and that's only in the game, not the web.

Oh, and the data tracking is back to mostly daily now.

(No one offered to take over when I couldn't keep it up. Le sigh.)
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I will need someone else to continue this. I am heavily invested in minerals on two oceans at this point, and do not have enough spare cash/dubs to continue this.

Expect updates to stop around 12/7 or 12/8.
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The answer is to diversify your holdings.

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Alright, my tracking has completely stopped at this point. At best I can take snapshots of the current pricing, but until the next mineral cycle goes through, I'm not going to track highs/lows.
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He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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Tracking resumes.

1/22 V: 815 pm: 1024(1) - 1058(19). Tracking buys 1008. Tracking sells 1062-1162. 8:25 1027(1) - 1055(4) (; 41@1059, 82@1060).
. . . . S: 815 pm: 1010(11) - 1036(12). Tracking bids 1007-952. Tracking sells 1041. 8:30 1005(18) - 1035(17).

1/23 V: 10:15 pm: 1031(2) - 1059(1). Bid 1008. Sell 1072. Tracking bids 1018-1008. Tracking sells 1068-1122. 10:30 pm: 1028(8) - 1060(9)
. . . . S: 10:15 pm: 1030(1) - 1037(16). Next buys 1022,1010. Bid 999. Sell clear. Tracking bids 999-952. Tracking sells 1052-1059. 10:30 pm 1012(4)-1037(7).

1/25 V: 2:00 am 1033(1) - 1054(132). Bid 1018 (unch). Sell 1068 (unch). Tracking bids 1026-1008. Tracking sells 1061-1122.
. . . . S: 2:00 am 1003(2) - 1029(11). Bid 998 from 999. Sell 1052 (unch). Tracking bids 1001-952. Tracking sells 1048-1059.

1/26 V: 1:20 am 1027(8) - 1053(377). Bid 1018 (from 1026). Sell 1064 (from 1061). Tracking bids 1025-1008. Tracking sells 1061-1082. 1:40 am 1023(9) - 1051(10) (337@1020; 375@1053). Bid 1018 (from 1025).
. . . . S: 1:20 am 1004(4) - 1031(49). (322@1000; 400@1035). Bid 998 (from 1001). Sell 1048 (unch). Tracking bids 1000-995. Tracking sells 1038-1052. 1:40 am 1002(3) - 1030(20) (323@100; 139@1034)

1/29 V: 2:10 pm 1022(5) - 1049(2). Bid 1008 (from 1018). Sell 1061 (from 1059). Tracking bids 1014-1008. Tracking sells 1056-1082. 2:20 1020(16) - 1050(17).
. . . . S: 2:10 pm 1000(10) - 1029(50) (189@997; 50@1029, 59@1030, 66@1033). Bids clear (below 995). Sell 1038 (unch). Tracking bids 996-990. Tracking sells 1036-1052 2:20 pm 1000(1) - 1029(33)

(Spread seems to be about 30, arbitrage about 20.)

. . . . V: 9:00 pm 1007(10) - 1038(29) (62@1004, 65@1003; 131@1040). Bids clear (from 1008). Sell 1056 (unch). Tracking sell 1047-2076.
. . . . S: 9:00 pm 995(16) - 1024(3) (; 51@1025). Bid 991 (from 996). Sell 1036 (unch). Tracking bids 993-986. Tracking sell 1036-1052

(spread still about 30, arbitrage about 15).

1/30 V: 11:15 am 1015(3) - 1042(108) (71@1014; 180@1043). Sell 1047 (unch). Tracking sells 1044-. (not tracking bids)
. . . . S: 11:15 am 1000(9) - 1028(65) (72@997; 77@1030). Bid 989 (from 993). Sell 1036 (unch). Tracking bids 995-986. Tracking sells 1036-1052.

(1/30 - 2/1?) V: 11:30: 1014(46) - 1039(10) (109@1010; 400@1040, 105@1042, 180@1043). Tracking sells 1040-.
. . . . S: 11:30: 1000(5) - 1026(3) (75@997, 78@996; 77@1030).

2/1 V: 11:00 pm 1015(1) - 1039(21) (; 111@1043). Bid 999. Sell 1044 (from 1040). Tracking bids 1004-999. Tracking sells 1039-1076.
. . . . S: 11:00 pm 996(8) - 1020(92). (80@993, 80@991, 255@990; 136@1025). Bid 989 (from 995). Sell 1036 (unch). Tracking bids 990-982. Tracking sells 1032-1052


2/2 V: 6:30 am 1006(1) - 1038(49) (99@1005; 50@1039, 82@1042). Bid 999 (from 1004). Sell 1045 (from 1039). Tracking bid 1002-996. Tracking sell 1041-1076.
. . . . S: 6:30 am 1003(1) - 1024 (30) (67@997; 124@1025, 128@1028). Bid 990 (unch). Sell 1032 (unch). Tracking bids 994-. Tracking sell 1028-
. . . . V; 11:25 pm 1000(3) - 1037(17). Bids clear (from 996). Sell 1046 (from 1041). Tracking bids 994-984. Tracking sells 1043-1064.
. . . . S: 11:25 pm 1019(33) - 1020(31). (Next buy 1005). Bids clear (from 982) Sell 1032 (unch).
. . . . S: 11:59 pm 988(16) - 1017(10). Tracking bids 983-977. Tracking sells 1027-1042.

2/4 V: 12:55 am: 1003(6) - 1031(20). (; 66@1033, 86@1035). Bid 994 (unch). Sell 1043 (unch). Tracking bids 999-984. Tracking sells 1037-.
. . . S: 12:55 am: 966(29) - 1000(183). (; 233@1001, 104@1002, 152@1004). Bids clear(from 977). Sell 1027 (unch). Tracking bids 961-958. Tracking sells 1017-1042.

2/5 lost (crash).

2/6 V: 10:45 pm: 999(57) - 1020(1) (54@997, 53@996, 233@995; 71@1029). Bids clear. Sell 1038. Tracking bids 993-988. Tracking sells 1038 - 1058. 11:10 pm: 1020(41) - 1026(10) (35@1015, 14@1000; 71@1029, 76@1030).
. . . .S: 10:45 pm: 913(14) - 933(2) (93@912, 42@911, 41@910, 41@909; 76@936). Bid 868. Sell 973. Bottom expected. Tracking bids 911-888. Tracking sells 973-988. 11:05: 921(3) - 936(57) (48@914, 51@913; 49@940).

2/7 V: 1:15 pm: 1001(13) - 1024(119) (50@996; 147@1025, 173@1027). Bid 993 (unch). Sell 1038 (unch). Appears to be going down. Tracking bids 993-983. Tracking sells 1031-1058
. . . .S: 1:15 pm: 913(19) - 945(1). Bid 888 (from 911). Bottom expected. Sell 973 (unch). Tracking bids 911-888. Tracking sells 963-988

2/8 V: 9:30 pm: 1003(17) - 1027(2) (504@1000 -- NOT a typo. 134@1002, 166@1001, 103@999). Market has bottomed. Bid 993 (unch). Sell 1033 (from 1031). Tracking bids 993-983. Tracking sells 1033-1058
. . . .S: 9:20 pm: 866(11) - 905(36). Bid clear (from 888). Sell 963 (unch). Tracking bids 861-844. Tracking sells 918-923. 9:45: 863(88) - 902(14).

2/9-2/11: no data collected.

2/12: V: 10:45: 1002(81) - 1027(89). (387 Total buy 1002-999; 407 total sell 1027-1030). Bid 983 (from 993). Sell 1042 (from 1033). Market stable.
. . . . . S: 10:45: 885(5) - 905(4). (62@882, 64@881; 111@919, 359@920). Bid 854 (from 861). Sell clear (past 923).

2/13 V: 11:55 pm 1000(48) - 1024(110). (68@997; 150@1026, 132@1027, 339@1028). Bids clear. Sell 1042 (unch). Market seems to be dropping.
. . . . .S: 11:55 pm 882(14) - 908(4) (84@881, 100@880, 83@876; 200 total from 909 to 912.). Market seems to be bottomed or climbing.

2/15 V: 9:45 pm 991(5) - 1005(208) (; 100@1010). Market has not bottomed yet. No tracking.
. . . . S: 9:45 pm 876(7) - 900(16) (; 101@903, 500@904). Market has not bottomed yet. No tracking.

2/17 V: 6:10 pm 987(11) - 1011(19). (54@980; 56@1012, 59@1014). No tracking.

2/18 V; 6:05 pm 983(17) - 984(19). (63@982, 102@978; 52@1007, 87@1009). No tracking.
. . . . .S: 6:00 pm 874(60) - 900(48) (52@872; ) Market appears to be bottomed. No tracking.

2/19 V: 10:00 pm 998(1) - 1006(53). (98@980; 130@1007, 157@1010). Tracking buys 970-979
. . . . .S: 10:30 pm 880(6) - 904(33) (49@877, 106@874; 81@908). No tracking.

2/21
. . . . S: 9:40 pm 876(15) - 894(31). (; 52@895, 66@896. 85@897, 60@898). No tracking. Market continues to drop.

2/27
. . . . S: 4:35 pm 800(342) - 842(7). No tracking. I have given up trying to tell when it bottoms.
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Just when I thought sage had bottomed, and was going back up, today it drops to 871, and it's not even the overnight low yet.

EDIT: 864, it is dropping faster than I can record it.
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People needing poe to play poker, so they sell the doubs?

I dunno, I haven't been on Sage since almost the very beginning, but that's what first springs to mind.
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Umm, actually I would have liked to bookmark this thread long ago but the whole lot of numbers scared me away. Is there a for-dummies introduction to the format of this thread and the nature of the doubloon prices in general?
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I thought I saw this explained before, but could not find it.

2/8 V: 9:30 pm: 1003(17) - 1027(2) (504@1000 -- NOT a typo. 134@1002, 166@1001, 103@999). Market has bottomed. Bid 993 (unch). Sell 1033 (from 1031). Tracking bids 993-983. Tracking sells 1033-1058
. . . .S: 9:20 pm: 866(11) - 905(36). Bid clear (from 888). Sell 963 (unch). Tracking bids 861-844. Tracking sells 918-923. 9:45: 863(88) - 902(14).

Means:

Date 2/8 (Feb 8th).
V: Viridian. S: Sage
Time: 9:20 or 9:30 pm.

Price spread: 1003 to 1027 for the best buys/sells.
There are 17 offers to buy at 1003, and 2 offers to sell at 1027.

An offer to buy is called a "bid".
An offer to sell used to be called an "ask", and now is called a "sell".

There are, in addition to those, 504 offers to buy at 1000, another 134 offers to buy at 1002, and 166 offers to buy at 166, as well as another 103 at 999. Based on this, and evidence gained from watching the market over time, AquaDrake claims that the market has reached a bottoming out, and will be going up in price -- the demand for dubs is higher than the demand for poe.

> Bid 993 (unch). Sell 1033 (from 1031). Tracking bids 993-983. Tracking sells 1033-1058

His bid (offer to buy doubloons) was at 993, and it did not change. His offer to sell dubs started at 1031, and was filled (completed/traded); his next best outstanding offer is 1033. Note that he does not tell you how many he actually sold (almost full disclosure.)

Finally, he tell you his current positions -- bids (buying) he is tracking over an 11 poe range, sells over a 26 poe range.
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...and the nature of the doubloon prices in general?

Whoops, missed that.

The nature of doubloon pricing. I still subscribe to the labor badge driven pricing theory. At 900 per dub, a labor badge costs 4500 poe now, and generates poe over a month's time. I would expect my badge to return me at least 50% profit over the month at unskilled shops; so, I would want to see labor wages that pay 6750 over 30 days.

At 16 hours per day, that means I need an average of 14 poe at shops.

An IM paying 10/15/25 or better, and making swords, will do.

At 24 hours per day, I need an average of 9.3+ -- call it 10.

So, I'd need to find a huge backorder ball shop with 10 for basic.

10 basic, 3 basic per ball, 5 iron (8) (40), 1 wood (26) -- that's 96 to make, plus tax (16), or 112. Give the shop some profit, the shop would need to be selling balls around 120-130 for 10.

And, guess what? We see a LOT of balls sold dockside for 13. There are ball shops that give 10 (sometimes 11), and long backlogs in their labor queue.

It's balanced. It works.

Now, if you spend the time (and skill) to get expert distilling, you can make much more. Even shipbuilding skilled will pay more (plenty of brigs being made).

Apoth is an odd case. It used to be hard to get expert. Now it's easy, but there's not much demand for it (too many apoth stalls? Not much work at any one, in any event.)
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Apoth is an odd case. It used to be hard to get expert. Now it's easy, but there's not much demand for it (too many apoth stalls? Not much work at any one, in any event.)


Just wanted to comment on the apothecary - very few items at the apothecary actually need expert labor. And unlike a sword-making Iron Monger or brig-making Shipyard, these products are not really in high demand compared to the other products available.

Another factor that I can share from experience having managed an Apothecary on Wensleydale of Sage - many of the hours needed to complete an order are performed by people dropping by and puzzling rather than the people who work at my stall. So when I do get an order that needs expert labor, it doesn't even go to the people that have a job at the stall. This might be a factor of the small number of islands thus shoppes and stalls on Sage making it easy to stall-hop.
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I concur with deeg, I run an apoth on sage, and don't bother even keeping alts there, almost any order I put up will be done in at most 2 days, just from people stopping in to puzzle, which is actually longer than it used to take before the update.
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Sage is down to 800 per. Yeeish.
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Resuming tracking.

3/13 V: 3:20 pm: 900 (383) - 919 (11) (74@896; 54@922, 50@924). Tracking buys 878 - 828.
. . . . S: 3:30 pm: 784(11) - 814(22). (192@782-780; 156@815-817). Tracking buys 758 - 685

3/16 9:20 pm S: 803(10) - 840 (53). (70@803-792; 76@840-841.) Bid 758 (from ???). Tracking bids 778-687
. . . . 9:45 pm V: 833(2) - 862(27). (103@833-828; 144@862-865, 408@870). Tracking bids 798-753. Tracking sells 883-933

3/17 8:05 pm V: 858(5) = 887(31). (57@858-854; 48@887-888). Bid 798 (unch). Sell 903 (from 883).

3/18 7:30 pm S: 776(1) - 810 (49). (32@776-767; 170@810-815). Bid 738 (from 778). Tracking bids 757-687. Tracking sells 816-832.

3/19 5:30 pm S: 765(2) - 805(1). (59@765-760; 43@805-811). Bid 728 (from 757). Sell 816 (unch)

3/20 12:20 am S: 747(1) - 798(1). Bids clear (below 687?!?). Sell 822-832 (from 816) Tracking bids 709-675. Tracking sells 812-848.
. . . . 12:50 am V: 800(3) - 826(24). (40@800-796; 85@827). Bids clear (below 753). Sell 903 (unch). Tracking bids 768-729. Tracking sells 863-933. 1:10 am: 500 being sold at 838.

3/24 S: 11:45 pm 774(2) - 799 (122). (45@774-770; 472@799-803). Bid 677 (from 709), sell 812 (unch). Tracking bids 699-666. Tracking sells 804-848.
. . . . V: 11:55 pm 807(4) - 822(19). (23@807-802; 515@822-826). Bid 729 (from 768), sell 863 (unch). Tracking bids 768-707. Tracking sell 833-933

3/26: S: 10 am: 738(1) - 767(16). (14@738-732; 60@767-774). Bid 699 (unch). Sell 810 (from 804). Tracking bids 717-666. Tracking sells 783-848.
. . . . . V: 774(7) - 803(228). (215@774-770; 560@803-807). Bid clear (below 707). Sell 873 (from 833). Tracking bids 718-693. Tracking sells 861-933

3/27 9:15 am S: 731(2) - 745(195). (21@731-721; 230@745-752). Bid 699 (from 717). Sell 783 (unch). Tracking bids 715-666. Tracking sells 758-848.
. . . . . . . . . . V: 790(11) - 817(50). (300@790-786; 260@817-830). Bid 718 (unch). Sell 861 (unch). Tracking bids 773-693. Tracking sells 828-899.

3/28 10:45 pm S: 719(50) - 742(344), (100@719-715; 413@742-749). Bid 700 (from 715). Sell 768 (from 758). Tracking bids 707-666. Tracking sells 753-848
. . . . . . . . . . . . V: 807(2) - 833(2). (28@807-802; 344@833-839). Bid 763 (from 773). Sell 858 (from 828). Tracking bids 785-693. Tracking sells 850 - 899

4/3 9:50 pm S: 655(5) - 691(8). (170@655-650; 105@691-695). Bids clear. Sell 763 (from 753). Tracking bids 651-620. Tracking sells 701 - 835. (Note: Old sells are starting to be removed.)
. . . 10:15 pm V: 750(4) - 770(23). (80@750-742; 115@770-776). Bids clear (below 693). Sells clear (above 899.). Tracking bids 738-598. Tracking sell 783-903.

4/4 4:40 pm S: 671(49) - 704(4). (120@671-666; 125@704-715). Bid 651 (unch). Sell 721 (from 701). Tracking bids 668-620. Tracking sells 708-815.

4/6 11:15 am S: 697 (1) - 723 (37). (160@696-691; 260@723-727). Bid 653. (from 668). Sell 726 (from 708). Tracking bids 693-621. Tracking sells 726-786.
. . . Noon am V: 715(31) - 740(62). (320@715-710; 365@740-750). Bid 678 (from 738). Sell 803 (from 783). Tracking bids 703-628. Tracking sells 753-903

4/9 6:05 pm S: 650(14) - 700(368). (100@650-646; 435@700-704). Bids clear (below 621). Sell 726 (unch).
. . . . . . . . . . V: 714(20) - 745(40). (80@714-710; 155@745-752). Bid 658 (from 703). Sell 753 (unch).

4/12 2:30 pm S: 630(20) - 658(3). (1081@628 (!). (1580@630-626; 530@658-671). Sell 677. Tracking sells 663 - 786
. . . . 3:10 pm V: 683(21) - 712(38). (51@683-678; 145@712-719). Bid 648 (from 658). Sell 753 (unch). Tracking bids 678-628. Tracking sells 718-903.

4/14 12:10 AM S:
. . . . . . . . . . . . V: 646 (4) - 663(8). (175@646-642; 306@663-667). Bids clear (below 628). Sell 718 (unch). Tracking sells 668-793.

4/15 3:55 pm S: 706(6) - 730(11) (170@706-702; 170@730-734). All tracking clear.
. . . . 4:00 pm V: 724(9) - 748 (4) (145@724-720; 182@748-754). Sell 783.

. . . .11:15 pm S: 729(2) - 730(18) (194@729-714; 30@730-739). Tracking sells 736-776.
. . . .11:40 pm V: 745(3) - 773(31) (40@745-741; 360@773-782). Sell clear (above 783). Tracking sell 782-812.

4/16 3:35 pm S: 655(20) - 698 (2) (90@655-651; 72@698-702). Sells clear (above 776). Tracking sells 770-791.
. . . . 3:50 pm V: 762(12) - 794(3) (130@762-758; 55@794-799). Sells clear (above 812). No tracking.

4/17 2:15 pm S: 698(19) - 724(8) (197@698-693; 95@724-728). Sells 770-791 (unchanged)
. . . . 2:05 pm V: 762(1) - 800(10) (99@762-757; 49@800-801). No tracking.

. . . 10:40 pm S: 706(8) - 740(7) (130@706-702; 140@740-744). Sells 770-791 (unchanged). Market heading up.
. . . 10:35 pm V: 780(1) - 800(233) (1200@780-776 (725@776); 320@800-806). No tracking. Market heading up.

4/18 6:05 pm S: 706(29) - 720(1) (75@706-696; 80@730-746). Sell 771 (from 770). Tracking sell 771-791.
. . . . 6:10 pm V: 855(25) - 892(31) (71@855-850; 380@892-896). No tracking.

4/19 6:25 pm S: 716(5) - 756(2) (70@716-710; 95@756-765). Sell clear (above 791). No tracking
. . . . 6:40 pm V: 842(10) - 867(7) (41@842-836; 195@867-872). No tracking

4/20 12:20 am S:
. . . , 12:20 am V: 834(18) - 864(16) (300@834-830; 210@864-869). Tracking buys 790-750. Tracking sells 900-940
. . . .
. . . . 3:10 pm V: 840(15) - 858(96) (35@841-836; 345@858-865). Tracking buys 810-750. Tracking sells 880-940.
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Maybe "historical" dragons were pterosaurs?
http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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Adding in Hunter

NB: HSV does NOT refer to colors :-)

5/2 4:55 pm H: 326(29) - 338( 6) (30@327-316; 80@337-344). Bid 303 (placed when??). Tracking bids 303-283. Tracking sells 348-378.
. . . . . . . . . . S: 721( 1) - 730( 3) 5:15: 701(444)-730(25). (730@701-697; 169@730-740). Bid 698 (placed when???). Tracking bids 698. Tracking sells 747-787.
. . . . . . . . . . V: 765(35) - 786(19) 5:15: 764(9) - 788(13). (153@764-760; 177@788-797). Tracking sells 797-827.

5/4 11:15 pm H: 361(1) - 380(15). (28@361-353; 45@380-385). Sell clear. Bid 293. Tracking bids 348-328. Tracking sells 398-408.
. . . . . . . . . . S: 715(12) - 747(13). (85@715-711; 262@747-751). Bid clear. Sell 757 (from 747). Tracking bid 698. Tracking sells 757-787.
. . . . . . . . . . V: 750(155) - 782(4) (247@750-745; 457@782-787). Sell 817 (from 797). Tracking bud 742-722. Tracking sell 799-827.

5/5 9:30 pm H: 381( 5) - 390(17). (24@381-356; 85@390-408). Sell clear. Bid 348 (unch). Tracking bids 376-369. Tracking sell 415-455.
. . . . . . . . . . S: 702( 4) - 719(11). (541@700; 40@719-735). Bid 698 (unch). Sell 777. (from 757). Tracking bids 701-698. Tracking sells 733-753.
. . . . . . . . . . V: 729( 6) - 736(42). (59@729-711; 185@736-743). Bids clear (below 722). Sell 799 (unch). Tracking bids 705-695. Tracking sells 742-762.
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Maybe "historical" dragons were pterosaurs?
http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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Tracking restart.
6/13 10:50 pm H: 703( 1) - 727(15) (63@703-697; 355@727-734).
.. . . . . . . . . . . S: 775(48) - 803( 7) (300@775-771; 550@803-807). Tracking buys 773-673.
.. . . . . . . . . . . V: 671(11) - 690(24) (180@671-667; 960@680-693). Tracking buys 673-573.

6/16 (watch time order!)
. . . . 00:30 am V: 700( 4) - 712(56) (120@700-692; 1025@712-716). Bid 663 (from 673). Tracking bids 686-573. Tracking sells 716-726.
. . . . 12:05 pm H: 644( 6) - 705(13) (67@644-640; 112@705-709).
. . . . 04:25 pm S: 802(10) - 838( 7) (180@803-799; 164@838-842). Bid 763 (from 773). Tracking bids 806-673. Tracking sells 836-856.
. . . . 04:35 pm V: 691( 5) - 712( 5) (285@691-686; 670@712-717). Bid 676 (from 686). Sell clear (above 726). Tracking bids 676-573. Tracking sells 736-756.

6/18 11:30 pm H: 680(10) - 698( 1) (150@680-669; 120@698-711). Tracking sells 698-738

6/19 1:15 am H: 683( 1) - 714(500) (240@683-677; 1600@714-718). Sell 718 (from 698). Tracking sells 718-738.
. . . . . . . . . . . . S: 800( 6) - 813(14) (42@800-785; 440@813-817). Bid 756 (from 806). Sell 846 (from 836). Tracking bids 799-673. Tracking sells 839-869.
. . . . . 1:30 am V: 695( 3) - 715( 1) (280@695-690; 410@715-722). Bid 653 (from 676). Sell 736 (unch). Tracking bids 679-573. Tracking sells 729-759.
. . . . 08:55 pm H: 672( 5) - 704(49) (65@672-668; 150@704-710). Sell 718 (unch). Tracking sell 709-738

06/20 10:24 pm S: 792(21) - 818(3). Bid 769 (From 799). Sell 846 (from 839). Tracking bids 790-673. Tracking sells 830-869.
. . . . . 11:05 pm V: 702(17) - 721(214). (850@702-698; 270@721-726). Bid 679 (unch). Sell 736 (from 729). Tracking bids 700-573. Tracking sells 730-759.

06/23 09:25 pm H: 684( 3) - 706(2) (15@684-680; 280@706-710). Bids clear. Sell 718 (from 709). Tracking sells 713-738
. . . . . . . . . . . . . S: 782(49) - 813(110) (480@782-778; 240@813-818). Bid 780 (from 790). Sell 846 (from 830). Tracking bids 783-633. Tracking sells 813-869.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . V: 701(246) - 715(14) (460@702-698; 80@715-720). Bid 690 (from 700). Sell 730 (unch). Tracking bids 703-573. Tracking sells 723-759.

06/25 06:20 pm H: 700( 9) - 726(45) (95@700-692; 380@726-730). Sell 728 (from 713). Tracking bids 705-645. Tracking sell 725-745.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . S: 799( 1) - 810(19) (180@799-772; 455@810-818). Bid 759 (from 783). Sell 833 (from 813). Tracking bids 775-633. Tracking sells 805-869. 6:30 pm: 775(9) - 800(2).
. . . . . . . . . . . . . V: 700(11) - 703( 6) (390@700-686; 800@703-707). Bid 669 (from 703). Sell 730 (from 723). Tracking bids 685-599. Tracking sell 725-759. 6:35 pm: 688(2) - 703(1).

06/27 11:00 pm H: 685( 6) - 701(88) (22@685-669; 440@701-707). Bids clear (below 645). Sell 733 (from 725). Tracking bids 667-637. Tracking sells 707-747
. . . . . 11:25 pm S: 796( 1) - 813(145) (120@706-785; 370@813-817). Bid 775 (from 775). Sell 833 (from 805). Tracking bids 787-633. Tracking sells 817-869.
. . . . . 11:50 pm V: 692( 8) - 711(541) (385@692-688; 2,346@711-715). Bid 675 (from 685). Sell 725 (unch). Tracking bids 687-609. Tracking sells 717-759.

07/01 10:30 pm H: 700( 2) - 735(12) (25@700-692; 1015@735-740). Bid 647 (from 667). Sells clear (above 747). Tracking bids 681-637. Tracking sells 741-771
. . . . . 10:40 pm S: 780( 4) - 806(43) (50@780-776; 610@789-810). Bid 767 (from 787). Sell 827 (from 817). Tracking bids 781-725. Tracking sells 801-857
. . . . . 10:50 pm V: 696( 1) - 711 (183) (760@696-690; 1300@711-715). Bid 677 (from 687). Sell 717 (unch). Tracking bids 691-657. Tracking sells 711-745

07/04 11:50 pm H: 715( 8) - 729(72) (20@715-709; 440@729-733). Bid 671 (from 681). Sell 751 (from 741). Tracking bids 684-661. Tracking sells 734-771
. . . . . 11:50 pm S: 781( 2) - 803( 5) (240@781-777; 230@803-808). Bid 747 (from 781). Sell 821 (from 801). Tracking bids 764-727. Tracking sells 814-857.
. . . . . 11:55 pm V: 693(508) - 711(215) (1850@693-689; 1500@711-715). Bid 681 (from 691). Sell 717 (from 711). Tracking bids 684-657. Tracking sells 714-737.

07/06 02:10 pm H: 726( 4) - 740(14) (85@726-711; 1575@740-750). Bid 684 (unch). Sell 744 (from 734).

07/07 10:40 pm H: 725( 5) - 732(14) (40@725-710; 1090@732-737). Bid 671 (from 684). Sell 742 (from 739). Tracking bids 707-661. Tracking sells 736-761
. . . . . 10:50 pm S: 788( 1) - 810(61) (170@788-784; 350@810-816). Bid 774 (unch). Sell 831 (from 814). Tracking bids 787-757. Tracking sells 831-857.
. . . . . 11:30 pm V: 708( 8) - 729(23) (600@708-704; 540@729-735). Bid 684 (unch). Sell clear (above 737). Tracking bids 697-657. Tracking sells 737-767.
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Maybe "historical" dragons were pterosaurs?
http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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Tracking restart.

07/29 10:40 pm H: 708(26) - 730(20) (175@708-703; 310@730-734). Bid 700. Sell 752. Tracking bids 711-685. Tracking sells 740-753.
. . . . . 11:50 pm S: 728( 2) - 745(37) (110@729-723; 105@745-749). Bids clear. Sell 786. (Market fell significantly). Tracking bids 719-699. Tracking sells 749-798.
. . . . . 11:55 pm V: 719( 6) - 739(13) (940@719-715; 580@739-743). Bid 699. Sell 742. Tracking bids 706-697. Tracking sells 740-750.

7/30 02:40 pm H: 684(32) - 715(32) (440@684-680; 625@715-719). Bids clear (below 685). Sell 740 (unch). Tracking bids 681-669. Tracking sells 727-753.
7/31 12:55 am S: 713(51) - 741(57) (260@713-708; 230@741-746). Bid 699 (from 719). Sell 759 (from 749). Tracking bids 709-699. Tracking sells 749-798
. . . . 01:10 am V: 725( 2) - 741(56) (830@725-721; 950@741-745). Bid 706 (unch). Sell 742 (from 740). Tracking bids 717-699. Tracking sells 742-750.

8/02 10:00 pm H: 698( 6) - 714(16) (84@698-687; 65@714-723). Very light market. Bids clear (below 669). Sell 733 (from 727). Tracking sells 729-753

8/04 12:35 am H: 691(14) - 729(30) (120@690-686; 293@729-735). No bids. Sell 740 (from 729). Tracking bids 675-654. Tracking sells 732-754.
. . . . 12:45 am S: 725(43) - 753(75) (280@725-720; 340@753-758). Bid 699 (from 709). Sell 759 (from 749). Tracking bids 717-698. Tracking sells 754-789.
. . . . 01:05 am V: 749(68) - 771(21) (450@749-745; 1900@771-775). Bid 717 (unch). Sell clear (above 750). Tracking bids 747-699. Tracking sells 771-781.

8/07 10:40 pm H: 692( 2) - 715( 4) (85@692-683; 232@715;724). Bid 675 (unch). Sell 732 (unch)

(One week gap in data collection ... ouch)

8/11 04:25 pm H: 681( 3) - 713(25) (163@680-675; 755@713-721). Bids clear (below 654). Sell 732 (unch). Tracking buys 661. Tracking sells 723-729
. . . . 04:35 pm S: 709(26) - 739(33) (260@709-705; 140@739-743). Bid 698 (from 717). Sells clear (some may have expired; above 754). Tracking buys 703-679. Tracking sells 747-757
. . . . 04:40 pm V: 711( 9) - 731( 3) (600@711-706; 1100@731-735). Bids clear (may have gone below 699). Sell 772 (from 771). Tracking buys 702-683. Tracking sells 762-777.


-- pet release --

8/12 10:40 pm H: 677( 3) - 705(20) (110@677-656 (**gap**); 230@704-708). Bids clear (below 661). Sell 723 (unch)
. . . . 10:50 pm S: 708(106) - 725(101) (610@709-705; 565@725-732). Bid 699 (from 703). Sell 747 (unch).
. . . . 11:20 pm V: 711( 8) - 720( 4) (160@711-707; 1380@720-735). Bid 699 (from 702). Sell 762 (unch).

-- Theory: The more things cause dubs for poe, the more the dub exchange drops.
It dropped big time when poker came out, and people wanted poe for poker.
It seems to be dropping with pets, and people (presumably) buying pets straight with cash, rather than getting their poe from pillages.
-- Probably conclusion: who have RL jobs and not much time want the "frills" (pets, etc); people who have the game time are finding less competition.
-- Observation: Only true on H; other oceans unchanged. Remains to see if it will continue. Note that S has a lower sell side, and V has lopsided volume.

8/16 10:35 am H: 683(14) - 712(16). (143@684-680; 360@712-716). Bids clear (unch). Sell 723 (unch).
. . . . 11:05 am H: 679(17) - 711(32). (130@679-675; 330@711-716). Tracking bids 676-656, Tracking sells 716-726.
. . . . 11:20 am S: 716( 7) - 739(43). (280@716-712; 500@738-743). Bid 699 (unch). Sell 747 (unch). Tracking bids 710-700 (every step). Tracking sells 740-749 (every step).
. . . . 11:30 am V: 725( 1) - 736(94). (134@725-719; 650@736-743). Bid 699 (unch). Sell 762(unch). Tracking bids 719-707. Tracking sells 739-747.

5 day gap

8/21 12:41 pm H: 681( 2) - 698(15). (360@681-677; 820@698-702). Bid 672 (from 676). Sell 716 (unch). Tracking bids 677-672. Tracking sells 698-726.
. . . . 01:25 pm H: 675(67) - 696(35) (330@675-671; 500@696-700). Big 675; sell 698 (unch)

<< tracking ended -- everything canceled from time >>
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Maybe "historical" dragons were pterosaurs?
http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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08/29 22:20 S: 669( 6) - 687( 5) (75@669-665; 600@687-691). Bid 669 (from 671). Sell 687. Tracking bids 669-657. Tracking sells 687-704.

08/30 19:35 S: 677(366) - 708(136). (475@677-672; 200@708-712). Bid 662 (from 669). Sell clear (above 704, now 708). Tracking bids 673-657. Tracking sells 701-720.

08/31 02:45 V: 682(20) - 704(20). (390@682-687; 60@704-709). Tracking bids 683-675 (all). Tracking sells 705-717 (every 2)

09/02 20:00 H: 645( 2) - 670(150). (85@640-640; 355@670-682). Market seems to be crashing way down (pets?). Bids filled down to 622 Approx 11 pm.
09/03 12:01 H: 606( 5) - 657(288) (165@606-585; 775@657-664). Still in free fall!

09/04 03:15 H: 552(13) - 600(19) (50@552-548; 230@600-650 (gap 600-644)). Major free fall
. . . . . 03:55 S: 670( 7) - 700( 2) (216@670-663; 262@704-709). Bid 663 (from 673). Sell 716 (from 701).
. . . . . 04:00 V: 661(64) - 694(151) (856@661-657; 2037@694-700). Bids clear (below 675). Sells clear (above 717).

09/04 22:30 H: 614( 1) - 646(99) (353@614-610; 396@646-651). Market may have stabilized.
. . . . . 22:40 S: 667(10) - 689(63) (343@667-662; 347@688-692). Slightly downward. Bid 659 (from 663). Sell 716 (unch). Tracking bids 660-644. Tracking sells 695-705
. . . . . 22:50 V: 678(20) - 697(104) (1,383@679-674; 1,633@697-701). Tracking buys 673-665. Tracking sells 701-716 (every 3)

09/11 14:35 H: 618(52) - 642(25) (229@618-609; 561@642-648). Tracking sells 645-669 (every 3)
09/12 13:50 H: 613(69) - 643(100) (226@613-609; 481@643-649). Sell 651 (from 645). Tracking sells 647-669.
09/12 20:50 H: 624( 4) - 648(12) (95@624-620; 417@648-652). Sell 650 (from 640). Tracking sell 650-669
. . . . . 21:10 S: 527( 7) - 585(14) (53@527-522; 382@585-598). Sell 697 (from 695). Wow, that's a fall. Both sides have major activity/change.
. . . . . 21:23 S: 505( 7) - 569( 6) (1800@501-502; 112@570-575). Major activity on the buy side. Yes, 890+ on both 501 and 502.
. . . . . 21:15 V: 629( 3) - 649(333) (111@629-625; 719@639-646). Sell 704 (from 701).

Conclusion: All markets have fallen since pets. New features being added increases the dubs in float as more people want the items. Just ... wow.
Conclusion 2: Poe gains value when features are added. Sell dubs before new releases.

09/21 22:55 H: 626( 7) - 643(94) (233@626-620; 574@643-647). Tracking bids 621-594. Tracking sells 648-660
. . . . . 23:05 S: 575(66) - 610(18) (278@575-571; 501@610-613). Tracking bids 570-510. Tracking sells 618-633
. . . . . 23:10 V: 631( 8) - 646(641) (836@631-627; 1,181@646-650). Tracking bid 636. Tracking sell 647-653.

09/22 21:07 H: 617(76) - 644(20) (256@617-613; 1,174@644-649). Bid 612 (from 621). Sell 648 (unch). Tracking buys 615-594. Tracking sells 645-660.
. . . . . 21:15 S: 571( 3) - 596(37) (119@571-567; 339@595-599). Bid 550 (from 570). Sell 618 (unch). Tracking buys 563-510. Tracking sells 608-633
09/23 03:30 V: 612( 5) - 630(35) (113@612-608; 849@630-636). Bids clear (below 636). Sell 651 (from 647)

09/25 01:40 H 618(16) - 652( 3) (1229@619-615; 1085@653-657). Bid 615 (unch). Sell clear (above 660). Tracking bids 616-594. Tracking sells 660-666.
. . . . . 01:45 S 581( 3) - 601(15) (98@581-576; 584@601-605). Bid 551 (from 563). Sell 608 (unch). Tracking bids 558-510. Tracking sells 605-633.
. . . . . 01:50 V 613( 5) - 637(46) (1,275@613-609; 203@637-643). Bids clear (unch). Sell 651 (unch). Tracking bids 609. Tracking sells 646-653.

09/27 23:45 H: 600( 6) - 628(120) (71@600-581; 1314@628-634). Bids clear (below 616). Sell 660 (unch). Tracking bids 592-569. Tracking sells 648-666.
. . . . . 23:50 S: 561(41) - 584(13) (1,199@561-557; 891@584-589). Bid 550 (from 558). Sell 605 (unch). Tracking bids 552-510. Tracking sells 599-633.
. . . . . 23:55 V: 622(29) - 642(18) (386@611-605; 1,185@642-651). Bids clear (below 609). Sells clear (above 653). Tracking bids 604-599. Tracking sells 653-673.

09/28 23:25 H: 621( 8) - 645(114) (81@621-613; 1,331@645-649). Bid 589 (from 592). Sell 648 (unch). Tracking bids 592-574. Tracking sells 646-666.
. . . . . 00:30 S: 563( 3) - 587(69) (334@563-559; 2,945@587-591). Bid 552 (unch). Sell 599 (unch). Tracking bids 552-510. Tracking sells 594-633.
. . . . . 00:35 V: 610(302) - 629(126) (984@610-606; 911@629-625). Bid 604 (unch). Sell 653 (unch). Tracking bids 605-599. Tracking sells 635-673

09/30 19:30 H: 539(11) - 578( 3) (65@539-535; 95@578-595). Bids clear (below 574). Sell 646 (unch). Market freefall. Tracking sell 583-593.
. . . . . 19:35 S: 562( 2) - 578(99) (162@562-558; 268@578-582). Bid 549 (from 552). Sell 594 (unch). Tracking bids 551-520. Tracking sells 587-628
. . . . . 19:40 V: 615( 2) - 624(46) (71@615-606; 484@624-628). Bid 599 (from 605). Sell 635 (unch). Tracking bids 601-568. Tracking sells 624-673.

10/01 19:30 H: 559( 4) - 595(42) (469@559-552; 1,232@595-605. Sell clear (above 593).
. . . . . 19:40 S: 575(11) - 588(59) (93@575-568; 526@587-596). Bid 551 (unch). Sell 613 (from 587). Tracking bids 556-549. Tracking sells 608-628.
. . . . . 20:05 V: 614( 5) - 627(327) (87@614-610; 1,004@627-631). Bid 601 (unch). Sell 630 (from 624). Tracking bids 601-515. Tracking sells 628-673.

10/04 09:20 H: 578(10) - 604( 7) (384@578-572; 1,584@604-610). Tracking bids 563-559. Tracking sells 608-612.
. . . . . 09:35 S: 563(17) - 586(75) (578@563-559; 378@586-591). Bids clear (below 549). Sells clear (599-605 range). Tracking bid 549. Tracking sell 597-604
. . . . 10:00 V: 613(28) - 625( 2) (1,437@613-609; 2,025@625-629). Bid 599 (from 601). Sell 629 (from 628). Tracking bids 599-516. Tracking sells 629-673.

10/04 23:35 H: 573( 4) - 592(836) (113@573-565; 1,059@592-603). Bids clear (below 559). Sell 608 (unch).
. . . . . 23:40 S: 576(26) - 590(58) (155@576-572; 456@590-594). Bid 549 (unch). Sell 597 (unch).
. . . . . 23:50 V: 607(457) - 627(960) (1,735@610-604; 2,467@627-631). Bid 599 (unch). Sell 629 (unch). Why has this ocean not dropped like the others???

10/07 21:15 H: 596(20) - 625(46) (668@596-587; 364@625-635).
. . . . . 21:25 S: 575(63) - 580(50) (496@575-566; 1,130@580-587). Sell 604 (from 597).
. . . . . 21:16 V: 621(43) - 637(283) (2,032@621-614; 2,256@637-648). Bid 599 (unch) Sell 653 (from 629).

10/09 01:30 H: 615(15) - 659(41). Tracking bid 614
. . . . . 01:35 S: 526(88) - 565(57). Tracking bid 527.
. . . . . 01:25 V: 612(341) - 636(565). 611 low seen around 12:30, 1 am. Bid 609.

10/12 23:55 V: All clear. (buy below 601)

10/20 14:35 H: 600(169) - 625(10). (793@600-596; 392@625-630).
. . . . . 14:35 S: 516( 8) - 532(112). (164@516-512; 1,276@532-540).
. . . . . 14:40 V: 594( 5) - 613(23) (909@594-590; 698@613-617).
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http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

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There is now over a year's worth of data in this thread. Someone might want to graph it, just to see what it looks like, and correlate major changes to releases.
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http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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Minor bumpity.

So what's causing the increase in dub pricing now?
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I've been wondering the same thing, BC. Maybe it's because the latest release didn't have much doubloon-related content? Everyone is happy with the pets they have? A holiday-related increase in playtime, meaning less people needing to buy dubs with real money since they have the poe?

/e mutters that he should have stockpiled doubs when they were selling for 530 or less...

And it would be good to see all this charted out. Fascinating data set, this.
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/e mutters that he should have stockpiled doubs when they were selling for 530 or less...

No kidding. I really want a piggy, and could afford it by the end of the month if dub prices were still that low. Looks like a dub purchase will be my birthday present to myself. New portrait, new piggy, a bunch more pixellated clothes....and NWN2.

Fake-eating my rat Licorice whenever she gets mouthy is getting old. I want a monkey named Cora and a piggy named Belle, based on my main alt. I'll never get the monkey at this rate, but the piggy's just poe.
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Here is some data for the new year.

01/01 23:20 H: 777( 18) - 803( 9) 771-691, 811-871
. . . . . . . . . . S: 726( 5) - 746( 20) 721-641, 751-811
. . . . . . . . . . V: 765( 2) - 778( 17) 761-711, 781-841
. . . . . . . . . . o: 660( 6) - 722( 1) 651-571, 731-811

01/03 09:10 H: 744( 20) - 766(100). Bid 691 (from 771). Sell 811 (unchngd). Tracking bids 733-673, sells 773-823
. . . . . . . . . . S: 728( 31) - 749( 35). Bid 721 (unchngd). Sell 791 (from 751). Tracking bids 723-673, sells 763-823
. . . . . . . . . . V: 707( 5) - 734( 58). Bid -707 (from 761). Sell 801 (from 781). Tracking bids 703-673, sells 743-823
. . . . . . . . . . o: 672( 2) - 721( 11). Bid 631 (from 651). Sell 761 (from 731). Tracking bids 663-571, sells 733-801

01/07 22:55 H: 765( 2) - 774( 10). Bid 703 (from 733). Sell 811 (from 773).
. . . . . . . . . . S: 719( 2) - 745( 13). Bid 693 (from 723). Sell 801 (from 763).
. . . . . . . . . . V: 733( 20) - 758( 9). Bid -673 (from 703). Sell 783 (from 743).
. . . . . . . . . . o: 730( 1) - 761( 9). Bid 652 (from 663). Sell 771 (from 733).

Viridian goes really cheap now, and Opal is now at the same level as any other ocean.
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Maybe "historical" dragons were pterosaurs?
http://www.livescience.com/animals/090107-pterosaur-flight.html

"No plain fanfold paper could hold that fractal Puff --
He grew so fast no plotting pack could shrink him far enough.&quot
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I want pretty graphs. I shouldn't be forced actually read all of that ;)
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