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Community » Forum » Help » How are people listing sub $30 medicin on exchange

17th Nov 2017 20:31:57
Average job pay is around $4.80, it takes ~7 workers to produce one box, making it about $33.00 to make one unit. How are people affording to list these for < $30 on the exchange??
17th Nov 2017 21:42:40
Some possible reasons:

- Selling at a loss to force out competition
- Those medicine boxes on the exchange were made when wages were cheaper
- Some workers are working for cheap
- Bad math
17th Nov 2017 22:25:04
Well I guess I will just horde my medical supplies and hope these cheap boxes stop showing up.
18th Nov 2017 07:08:42
Considering the actual economy and the average person, methinks bad math.
18th Nov 2017 08:23:32
Thats called a buying opertunity! :)

Anytime you see items listed far below the cost to produce, or even break even in relation to labor costs. you should buy and relist it at a more reasonable price.
25th Nov 2017 13:45:00
Same with food packages. Wages are around 5 USD, one worker produces 2 packages meaning the price of a food package should be at least $2.5, but it's much closer to $2.
25th Nov 2017 14:10:11
Quoting Shifterovich:
Same with food packages. Wages are around 5 USD, one worker produces 2 packages meaning the price of a food package should be at least $2.5, but it's much closer to $2.


That's because, Supply > Demand currently.