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Old 12-17-2009, 01:41 PM   #1
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Default Unanswered: WIGEV Valuation from Tables

The WIGEV makes extensive use of table for the assigning of values for items. For example from the holiday items section:

18 to 21 months after last available 15000 to 20000
21 to 24 months after last available 20000 to 30000

Then there is the note:

The intent is that there is a gradual increase in value over time between each of the ranges listed in the chart. Values should go up slowly over time rather than "jump".

My question is should the table of values be interpreted as:

@ 18 months 15,000
@ 19 months 16,667
@ 20 months 18,333
@ 21 months 20,000
...

or

@ 18 months 15,000 to 20,000
@ 19 months 16,667 to 23,333
@ 20 months 18,333 to 26,667
@ 21 months 20,000 to 30,000
...

(In other words - at any given point in time does an item have a single value - or a range of values?)

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Old 12-17-2009, 04:49 PM   #2
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Default Re: WIGEV Valuation from Tables

Your first example is the best interpretation:

@ 18 months ~ 15,000
@ 19 months ~ 16,667
@ 20 months ~ 18,333
@ 21 months ~ 20,000

But remember some people value item differently.
So don't get upset in trades if their values aren't the same as your estimate.

Example using your range: Some may value their items that are 18 months on the high end of the range at 20,000, but in return they should also value your items on the high end as well and not lowball your items.

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