Nothing in life, be it in the real world or Gielinor, is permanent. That, of course, includes the value of money. And in third-party sites like PlayerAuctions, the value of real-life money and that of OSRS Gold are intertwined. After all, in here, you will either be buying OSRS Gold with cold-hard cash and vice-versa. If you weren’t, you wouldn’t be reading this article. To help out, PlayerAuctions has launched a Market Tracker for Old-School RuneScape gold.
No More Predictions
Much like other MMORPGs, Old-School RuneScape puts a premium focus on gold. Making OSRS gold in a quick and easy way, however, is difficult. You’ll have to do a lot of farming, skilling, and questing if you want to make enough money to afford rare items—especially crowns.Thus, a lot of players, especially long-time veterans, prefer to buy it using real-life money. And just like any other commodity, its price changes depending on certain factors. Aside from the usual supply and demand, game updates and development-related factors also affect the price fluctuations of OSRS gold. If you can track each and every change, then you’ll be able to determine if Old School Runescape gold is going to be either pricier or cheaper.
Unfortunately, you need to have a bit of experience to be able to foretell what’s going to happen to the price of old-school RuneScape currency. That’s why even though it’s tricky, it’s important knowledge, especially if you’re planning to buy and sell OSRS gold. Even more so if you’re planning to do lots of trades related to stuff for some time to come.
However, even if you know how a particular change will affect how much OSRS gold is, it’s still all guesswork, as there’s no exact price that’s agreed upon by every trader. To save you from all that head-scratching estimation, we proudly present PlayerAuctions’ Market Tracker.
Charting the Changes
The PlayerAuctions’ Market Tracker for Old School RuneScape Gold is easy to understand and use. You are presented with a line graph that shows the price of the currency in US Dollars throughout your chosen time period. There is 7 days, which is the default; then there is 30, 90, 180, and finally, 360 days. By hovering your cursor on a particular point in the graph, the price of OSRS gold during the date the point in question represents will be displayed. Above the graph is the average price of the OSRS gold, as well as the highest and lowest it’s been for the past 7 days.
Do note, however, that the PlayerAuctions market tracker only reflects the prices of OSRS gold on the site. So even though you can use it reference when checking out outer sites due to the fact that prices between third-party trading sites are often the same, it’s better to not treat the Market Tracker as the be all, end all tool in determining the overall price of OSRS gold.
Going For the Top
Other than the main graph, you can also find in the page the best OSRS Gold sellers for the month, as well as the most expensive OSRS items sold. Both are below the main graph. The latter won’t be of use to anyone not planning to buy OSRS items on our site. On the other hand, if you are going to buy OSRS gold from PlayerAuctions, knowing which sellers are at the top will surely make your hunt an easier one. Given PlayerAuctions’s regulations regarding its sellers, the featured sellers on the page not only make the most sales–they’re also the most trusted ones.
If you’re a long-time customer or a prospective one, PlayerAuctions’ OSRS Market Tracker is going to be a huge help. So if you’re going to buy from the site, be it for the first time or the nth time, do check it out.