Gold in Inventory and Auction House
Inspired by a real-id chat with blog reader Graeme, I wanted to take a snapshot of exactly where I am with gold-making.
I’ll use the opportunity to compare my liquid gold-in-hand currency to the value of my auctions that I have posted.
I took the snapshot 20 February 23:00 approx
I discovered I had far more auctions up on AH than I thought.
I’m pleased by that, because it means my gold is working for me, creating more wealth, rather than stagnating in my pockets.
Jewelcrafter and Transmogrification items
170,455g in AH
Incoming from sold auctions 178g
Junk, Slow Sellers, Limited Supply Recipes
143,376g in AH
188,914g in AH
Incoming from sold auctions 244g
Herbalist & Transmute Alchemist
23,343g in AH
119g Incoming from sold auctions
Enchanting & Tailor
67,652g in AH
Incoming from sold auctionsÂ 605g
Speciality Pet Seller
Working from my own Pet Selling Guide ($9.99)
Value of items in AH 54,206g
Totals Currency 997,998g
Incoming Gold within next hour 244g + 119g + 605g + 178g = 1,146g
Value of items in WoW Auction House 188914g + 23343g + 67652g + 54206g + 143376g + 170455g = 477,491g
Total worth 1,476,635 gold
Not including: Items in bags, guild bank/s or personal banks.
There are markets I’m missing out on, especially blacksmithing, engineering, and cross faction.
I don’t do all the markets at one time, it’s important to pace yourself to avoid burn out.
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The Gold Queen is written by Alyzande. With many level 100s, 9 years expertise in making gold, 10 garrisons, 16k achievements, 1505 days played, and over 18m gold earned. The Gold Queen blog teaches you how to make gold playing World of Warcraft using ethical trading, auction house flipping, crafting, reselling snatch lists, and farming gold making.