|[AMRadio] Viking 1|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Sun Dec 20 08:37:04 EST 2015
I guess you don't know how estate sellers operate. These are people
who have at any time, ~100 items being auctioned separately. If no
one bids, they don't stop to think "maybe it is over priced." No,
they re-list in a few seconds and move on to the next item they have
listed. This is why we have zombie eBay listings. Get ready for
DX100s buy it now for $1K and getting re-listed for a year or more
before they eventually give up (and haul them to the scrapper).
On Sun, Dec 20, 2015 at 7:26 AM, Larry Szendrei <ne1s at securespeed.us> wrote:
the bidders on future auctions are willing to pay "unreasonable"
> prices. If they aren't, the rigs won't sell at those prices, and if the
> seller is motivated to unload the radio, he'll have to lower his price
> (minimum bid or reserve), and his expectations. It's the free market, and it
> always works. Both buyer and seller get what they want, without coercion.
> It's really a beautiful thing.
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