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Our first liquidation sale.

I think we just had our first organically generated liquidationprice.com sale today. It’s a great feeling and most of the credit goes to Sapan, the best person in the world to to work with. He found this wonderful store platform to work on and did most of the hard work…

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One lucky deal:

102,000 vinyl organizers. What will we do with all of them? I was compelled to buy them for my customers because the opportunity was too good to pass up, but I did not know how it was going to play out.This is part of what we in the liquidation business…

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Brands, Brands, Brands.

That’s all I here these days. Everyone chasing the same closeout branded merchandise. I don’t get it. The stuff is mostly overpriced, low in quality , hard to use, and riddled with distribution restrictionsBased on value and function I don’t even know why anyone buys this stuff.Go for the best…

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Investing in Liquidations

The merchandise liquidation business allows for the application of a solid principle of investing:To be successful, one must buy when the unusual opportunity is presented.In the closeout business it means accommodating the needs of the supplier looking to unload the excess inventory at a particular moment in time. A moment…

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A trade too good to be true

Except that it’s not.  An interesting way to improve your merchandise position at the warehouse. Most liquidators don’t  think much about this  but we have arranged some excellent trades benefiting both sides in the transaction. This is barter in the common sense way we all assumed it to be before…

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