Originally Posted by clr8ter
For right now, that is true. But if nothing important materializes, people who drove up the price may change their minds, and flood the secondary market. In which case, we're back to normal pricing, maybe lower.
Technically, I believe that is one of the basics of business; if you make something for which there is more demand than you can handle, you are not charging enough. I don't honestly know if that holds true in a situation like this, which is not totally normal......
Well, that's why I said "if nothing important materializes". Like a gun ban. Also, I believe the ablve applies to everybody in business, retail, wholesale, and manufacturers.