Other non-car related examples are:
McDonalds vs Burger King
Walmart vs Target
No doubt you could come up with many more examples.
And of course we have the obvious earlier easystores review , Amazon vs eBay.
Everyone has their own personal favourite and in many cases, they are
“blinkered” when it comes to alternatives.
A high percentage of people simply ignore other available options and instead
stick to their favourite brands, stores and websites.
Many times these actions are further reinforced by their “circle of influence”,
friends, family, colleagues, peer groups etc. et al. OK so we have dwelled a little on the “psychology” of arbitrage and “buyer
perception of value”; however, this is simply my way of reinforcing the
opportunities that are sitting right in front of you on a daily basis.
Oh and before we move onto the “how-to” and real life case studies, here’s a
MASSIVE easystores review for you right now. “Retail Snobbery”… I bet you have a discount store in your neighbourhood that sells items for a
few dollars or pounds (depending where you live)?
I also bet there are “other” discount shops either offline or online that offer
brand-name products at knock down prices.
Some people would not be seen dead in stores like these, on the off chance
they were spotted by their “circle of influence” and peer groups.
Here’s the easystores review…
Right now, there are items in those stores that you can sell and make a good
daily profit from.