|Title||OSRS Flipping Guide to the Best Items available|
|Description||Flipping OSRS is among the most well-known OSRS Money Making methods which is utilized by wealthy and high ranked players in Runescape to earn money. When flipping, the player purchases an item at very low cost which is then sold at the higher price to make money through OSRS gold. Here are some of the top items that are available to flip in your OSRS mobile game in order to earn more OSRS gold. If you've ever seen someone in the Grand Exchange posts "how do I make money on this game?" to the chat and invariably witness another player reply "I earned 3 mills today, flipping lol." This is a method of flipping or buying an item at a lower price and selling it at the higher price back on the Grand Exchange, is one of the most discussed and misunderstood ways to earn money within Old School RuneScape. It can be extremely profitable when done properly, however it can also be frustrating, tie up your funds, and potentially even lose huge amounts of gold in the wrong way. Don't worry! We are here to help you with this OSRS Flipping guide. Here are some tricks to flip items and the most commonly used items to make sure you're protected with your trades. What's the deal What's going on Runes? Runes are among the most popular items to flip on the Grand Exchange. The most common runes (Fire water, air, Earth) sell for fairly low prices and are sold with extremely tight margins. The term "margin" refers to that gap between the cheapest price and the highest price the item is sold for. If an item is sold with the appearance of having a small margin, it will be more difficult to make a profit out of it. For instance, if purchase 1,000 fire runes at 16 GP, and the maximum price they are selling for is 17GP, I may only earn 1GP per rune and it's much more likely that the price will fluctuate as I try to sell. To avoid this, try to sell items such as Chaos, Nature, or Law runes. They are more expensive per unit and are better choices for profit flipping. What about Logs? Logs are a major resource on the Grand Exchange market. Players all over the world are working to increase their skill at making fire or flying and don't want to go out and chop the trees of their homes. It's good news for you because this means that there's lots of these items being traded, and prices vary greatly. Personally I've had my best success using Willow, Yew, and Magic logs. However, If you're in a member-only world you may want to explore Maple too. Logs generally have pretty defined margins. So while it's not possible to make money fast through flipping logs you will usually see positive returns. If you're having trouble you can try again in a few days. The benefit of flipping to make money lies in that you can make money from the OSRS business has consistently inflating for years, so your patience will most likely be rewarded by making a profit. Which high-end ring should I choose? These are the most expensive things to trade in when you're prepared to take a risk with you gold for the possibility of huge profits. Ring of Nature and the Ring of Nature and Ring of the Gods have both had several highly variable margins in the last year If you know how to flip them correctly, you could make anywhere from 1 to 1.2 mill per item. These are the items that take longer to sell , and are riskier than purchasing massive quantities of less expensive items. For this reason, we recommend you experiment flipping low-priced products for a short time before moving on to individual, expensive items. Ring of Coins Ring of Coins is a good example of why higher-priced products aren't always the best selection. While it's selling for better than Ring of Nature or Ring of Gods currently however, its margins are a bit tight and don't allow for much profit. In addition, it can tie up more of your funds and is a greater chance of risk due to it not trade as often , and it could potentially drop the longer you keep it. What's the deal in the world of Armour sets? Armour sets have lost the market since their launch, mostly because the players who were keen to purchase these sets made the purchase in the past, and everyone else continued to play with their custom-designed gear sets. For this reason, I generally not flip these sets, though they're extremely sought-after by the flipping community and have been sold fairly well. If you choose to go with these set, look into trimmed ones like the Iron Gold or Rune G, or the Bandos set. Monk's robes are also decent options, but there's a word of caution with any of them as you'll likely be selling and buying from the other participants who're selling their goods. Be careful and set your buy prices below what you'd normally pay, as most of the items are selling under the price of the market. How about Skill-Leveling basics? There's nothing wrong with sticking to the tried and trusted. No matter what happens on the battlefield the players will keep buying more bronze and iron tools, such as arrows, pickaxes or scimitars, woodcutting axes as well as low-level armor sets. These types of items trade very differently than the high-cost products we've mentioned up to now, but it doesn't mean they'ren't worthwhile. Just like the real-life stock market investing in the long run is generally the most secure choice and could yield substantial returns if play it with a calm mind and perseverance. Watch out for those items with the highest volume of movement over a sustained amount of time. If you notice that iron or bronze arrows are falling by 1 GP versus the previous 6 months, this is the perfect opportunity to make a big bet on these arrows! The prices of these items are pretty consistent and even if you do not gain for one day three days, two days, or even two weeks, most likely they will eventually stabilize and regain that single GP. The amount you earn from this is dependant on how much you spend, but if you purchase millions of arrows at six GBP each, and they rebound to 7 gp, you'll have earned 1 million gp. This is a decent profit for a secure bet! Which Capes are best? Capes are crazy! They really are all over the place. This can be both good and detrimental for flippers. If you're trading an old Team 47 or Team 32 capes, there's no rhyme or reason to what will cause the price to fluctuate between a high and a low. These kinds of capes can be quite vulnerable to manipulations of the market because at any moment there could be a large group of people who decide to join Team 32 and purchase every cape they have the ability to. They're a lot of fun, but there's little certainty in the price. Capes for team members X, Zero, and I look a lot like the high-level rings and Armour sets, with the highest prices and large margins. If you're able to use them, they're much better than traditional flipping strategies. Conclusion Perhaps this OSRS Flipping guide pointed you in the correct direction. Keep banging it out. According to the saying: "Patience is virtue."|
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