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Im looking for ideas to sell at high price!

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Im looking for ideas to sell at high price!

Post by centralPA on Sat Oct 20, 2012 1:41 pm

So when I choose to sell- here is a reply from some other board->

If you need to sell a little shiny to stay ahead of the curve, I have an idea for you.

A friend of mine buys those little cardboard and celophane coin cards,
then puts average circulated silver quarters in them [regular junk
silver] then he lines them up all pretty like at the flea market and
sells them for twelve bucks each. So that's 48 bucks for four quarters
that anyone can pick up for 7 bucks each. You make five clams each. The
smae thing can be done for dimes, only he sells those for six bucks
apiece. It is a great scam. The kids love to look through the hundreds
of coins he put in these cheap white slabs and have the pocket money to
buy one or two. Part of his schtick is he has those Littleton or Whitman
books can be had for as little as two fifty each when bought in bulk
[50 or so] and can be set up in a display. He doubles his money on
these. He also has cheap magnifying glasses and loupes he triples his
money on.

I would say that each month [he only does one weekend a month] he takes
in around 300 - 350 dollars, of which around two thirds is profit. He
then replaces the stock he sold and starts again.
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