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How to Get Rich in POE Bestiary League

Hey, you girls and boys, welcome to goldufo, really appreciate your kind support on goldufo, and we will always be your best friends in Path of Exile world. Every player wants to get rich in the game, but it's not as easy as you wish, especially you are new to this popular ARPG.

So I will share you an amazing guide to get rich in PoE, this is mostly aimed at new players, I'm sure most of this is old-hat to the experienced people. Your suggestions are welcome as well because I'm sure I still have a lot to learn!


Getting started:
 
People who play a lot at the start of a league get a big advantage. Early, popular gems (auras in particular) can be sold for 3-4 times their normal value in the first 1-2 days of a league, then the value drops (to 1 alc, usually).
 
Therefore, the first character you make should use a few of these popular gems as possible. If you want a spell echo in the first 2-3 days you'll pay through the nose for it, same for multistrike, same for heralds (to a lesser extent). Pick a build that doesn't need a 5L to be good. Emptying your currency early to make a build puts you in much worse position to trade later on.
 
Set up a Procurement shop ASAP to pawn off every gem you are not immediately using. Gems drop in value extremely quickly, and so do starter uniques, as the shops are flooded with them fairly rapidly. Same for 5L chests, which you can sell for a bunch if you're lucky enough to find early on.
 
Use zero currency for crafting unless it's absolutely necessary, typically not until about the start of merciless when you're starting to find some decent gear. Wasting craft materials on items you won't be using at end game is a big hit to your wealth.
Hoard alts, jewelers, chromes, and fuses. Alcs is hard to get a good ratio when trading with and should be swapped out for other currency whenever the opportunity presents unless you plan to use them yourself.
How to use trade chat:
 
For 90% of items, trade chat is a waste of time. People ask too much if you're buying, and ignore all but the ridiculous deals if you're selling.

First caveat: starter uniques, early in the Bestiary League. Unload uniques you're not using at a bargain price to build up your early currency, because they won't be worth jack once everyone has procurement running.
 
Second caveat: high-end uniques. If you want a Carcass Jack, trade chat might get it to you cheaper than poe.trade because whoever is selling wants it gone faster. That might mean the difference between a 2 exalt price and a 1 to 1.5 exalt price, which is a big deal. Barter a little, be polite, and not afraid to walk away if a deal can't be struck.
 
Unless you have a hotly demanded item, don't bother listing it in trade chat. People who post long lists of uniques and rares are wasting their time and everyone else's monitor space. That stuff should be on procurement instead.
 
As a general rule, never buy from people with a long list of uniques because they're unlikely to haggle toward a good price. Potentially profitable buys tend to be a single line with a single, high-value item.
 
Trade chat is good for flipping currency. You can use it for arbitrage (buy low and sell high). Someone needing chromes, for example, REALLY NEEDS chromes or their gear won't work. So they might take a 10:1 ratio. If someone posts a "WTB" currency I'll throw out an offer which is somewhat in my favor. 2/3 of the time it's ignored, other times I get a good deal, and they get what they need.
 
If someone has a long list of currencies they want to buy, ignore them because they are attempting the strategy listed above, and typically have ridiculously unprofitable ratios (for you) and will never budge on their prices.
 
The above two points are why you should hoard key crafting materials. You never want to be the guy buying fuses, chromes, etc in trade chat because you'll get ripped off and just have to smile and take it.
 
Fuses can always, always be sold at a 2:1 ratio with chaos, but you should almost never sell them. Often people will buy fuses at a 10:6 ratio, or worse, because they're desperate. Don't sell fuses unless the ratio is insanely good, because it's a near-guarantee you'll need them eventually, and fuses are much harder to buy than they are to sell.
Never, ever, ever sell your alterations for chaos unless of course, the ratio is 12:1 or much better. The greatest noob trap available within the trade chat, for me, is people requesting 20 alts to some chaos orb. This can be a bad deal because 16 alts = 8 jewelers = 2 fuses = 1 chaos. Alterations are time intensive to develop and incredibly versatile, getting a regular with a minimum of 100 whatsoever occasions may be beneficial.
 
Flipping products. There's more profit available here but additionally more risk. If you're able to buy at a 30-40% discount towards the cheapest cost on poe.trade, then it's worthwhile. To get this done you'll need a substantial slice of currency, to begin with, so that you can manage to have 20-40 chaos tangled up in items that may not sell immediately. Any unique you've still got in the finish of the Bestiary League is essentially a pure loss.
 
Within the last 1MSC, I purchased and offered Geofri's Crest most likely five occasions a minimum of. Around the two week mark, people would market it in trade chat for 10-14c and I'd measure the level as much as 16-18c and switch it around (on Procurement or trade chat myself). To another week, Geofri's were opting for 5-6c which wasn't any longer a practical strategy.
 
Selling with Poe.Trade:
 
Prices for common gems are ridiculously competitive. If you're and not the cheapest cost seller, it won't sell. At a certain point, you need to decide whether selling a jewel for several-4 alts may be worth your time and effort or otherwise.
 
"Chaos equivalents" from buyers aren't equivalents, except for fuses. I chose to make this mistake in early stages, a little vaal orbs, regets, large figures of risk, etc. instead of chaos. Maybe individuals count chaos to somebody, however, I'm tied to discovering that somebody to appear in trade chat which sucks. It's the buyer's job to possess appropriate currency for that buyout and when it's truly similar they'd have previously traded it for chaos. (If a person wants to cover a chaos item in alcs, they're through an atrocious ratio on their behalf from me).
 
That's all I've. You will find most likely variations between economies in HC and SC leagues, however, I don't know enough to state anything about this. If other people can chime in with that subject, I'd be grateful.
 
TLDR Hoard key crafting products, never sell alterations, be smart with trade chat and just apply it selling currency at favorable ratios, keep enough chaos around to purchase products you'll need without "equivalents"
 
More about flipping currency since I do that a great deal. Ignore this in the event that kind of buying and selling doesn't appeal to you.
 
There's a "wrong way" to switch currency. The wrong manner would be to junk e-mail absurd ratios into trade chat, wishing newer and more effective player arrives to provide alterations at 20:1c or fuses 3:2c, departing the noob broke and destitute once they spend the poe chaos orb, not able to accomplish the crafting required for their build. Individuals who do that need to be ashamed.
 
The proper way to switch currency would be to keep close track of trade chat when you play, searching for those who require a certain material you have a surplus of. Then whisper them a deal and wait for a response. Sometimes they'll list a preferred ratio, that is either "fair" or very unprofitable, and I'll send a counter-offer which favors me slightly, but continues to be relatively fair. You don't get wealthy making perfectly fair trades!
 
Vaal, Regrets, and Chance are difficult to market unless of course someone particularly needs them. Individuals with a lengthy listing of currencies they need are 99% of times not worth coping with because they're searching for scalp noobs, not craft products. If a person posts a ratio that's already what I'd offer, then great, both of us win.

Every occasionally an odd situation pops up with someone attempting to swap chromes for alterations 1:1. Normally, this is lucrative because if you discover the best buyer, chromes will go 10:1 while alts are only able to hardly ever be traded 12:1. This really is a substantial amount of work and I'm unsure it's worthwhile unless of course you simply occur to require the chromes.
 
Why is the work for generating wealth is the fact that I actually do hardly any crafting by myself gear until about A3M, in order to sink individuals crafting materials into chaos for that stuff I truly want.
 
Hope this guide can help you to make more money in Path of Exile, and if you have any more questions about Path of Exile, welcome to our website, where you can find Path of Exile News, Guides, Tips and Wonderful Builds, and do remember that the fastest way to get rich is buying PoE Currency from our website.

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