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Discussion in 'Beer Trading Talk' started by wjgeese, Jan 23, 2013.
That's some pretty amazing balls...
In person trades can be tough, because both parties have access to the same stuff. You basically both need to be pretty active traders to make it work.
...and unabashed greed.
This is true but oddly the inverse "what does it take to land" gets a ton of helpful responses.
good advice. also, give more than you receive . . . you'll find that in the long run and on the whole that it all comes back around for the better.
when you set up a trade - send a box you would be happy getting and forget about winning or losing - trading is fun, so enjoy - my suggestion? do trade, but remember it's only beer.
my advice: start with off the shelf locals that you know you can always get, and trade with experienced traders who will show you the ropes. build trust, develop a regular trading relationship, and if you really want to go whale hunting, ask them for advice.
Don't turn iso/ft threads you start into auctions. If you offer something and get what you ask, quickly, don't hedge your bets thinking a better offer is coming. Make an ISO/ft you will do if met. If you don't have any trades here offer to ship first, and be prompt with communication