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When Chris Green talks, Fba sellers listen. Join Chris as he explains every detail of this fascinating low-risk, high-margin business including How and Why Fba works, the dynamics of inefficient marketplaces, and the psychology of the Amazon customer. For the first time, Chris Green has compiled the complete, authoritative, and exhaustive manual outlining the Retail Arbitrage business model.
This is the BLUEPRINT for buying retail products to sell online for BIG PROFITS.
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Arbitrage is the practice of taking advantage of a price difference between two or more markets, striking a combination of matching deals that capitalize upon the imbalance, the profit being the difference between the market prices.
Since 1999, Chris Green has been doing Retail Arbitrage, the business of buying items at retail stores and selling them online for a profit. From humble beginnings selling wrestling action figures on eBay, he has since perfected this low-risk, high-margin business model now known as Retail Arbitrage.
Using innovative and powerful programs like Amazon's fulfillment program called Fulfillment By Amazon (FBA), sellers can now remove time and space scaling restrictions that would have previously restricted their businesses. Sellers also now have access to the most complete mobile pricing data using FBAScout for iPhone and Android. Information is power and the sellers with the best information will make the best buying decisions and will be able to capitalize on all of the opportunities around them.
Join Chris as he explains every detail of this fascinating low-risk, high-margin business including HOW and WHY FBA works, the dynamics of inefficient marketplaces, and the psychology of the Amazon customer.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – What is Retail Arbitrage?
Chapter 2 – Amazon vs. eBay
Chapter 3 – What is FBA?
Chapter 4 – Why Does FBA Work?
Chapter 5 – Understanding the Amazon Customer
Chapter 6 – Economics of Supply, Demand, & Price
Chapter 7 – The History of Scouting
Chapter 8 – FBAScout – Mobile Scouting App for iPhone and Android
Chapter 9 – FBAPower – To List, Label, Price, and Ship
Chapter 10 – FBARepricer – To Keep Items Priced Competitively
Chapter 11 – An Emerging Business Model
Chapter 12 – From Toys to Toiletries
Chapter 13 – THE TIME TO ACT IS NOW!
Chapter 14 – Anyone Can Do This
Chapter 15 – The Rules of the Amazon Marketplace
Chapter 16 – Sales Rank Explained – What It Is, What It Is Not
Chapter 17 – Risk Management
Chapter 18 – It’s a Margins Game
Chapter 19 – The ‘Race to the Bottom’ or ‘Chasing the Next Sale’
Chapter 20 – What Makes a Product Good for Resale
Chapter 21 – Sourcing Products – Retail vs. Online
Chapter 22 – Purchasing TAX FREE for Resale
Chapter 23 – Coupons, Discounts, Rebates, Rewards & Cashback
Chapter 24 – Retail Deals
Chapter 25 – Retail Secrets
Chapter 26 – Online Deals
Chapter 27 – Online Secrets
Chapter 28 – DealsDoneRight.com
Chapter 29 – Used Book & Media – Still Easy Money
Chapter 30 – Book Sales, Thrift Stores, Estate Sales & Garage Sales
Chapter 31 – Penny Books Explained
Chapter 32 – International FBA & Advanced FBA Techniques
Chapter 33 – Multi-Channel Fulfillment – List on eBay, Ship From FBA
Chapter 34 – So Why Isn't Everybody Doing This?
Chapter 35 – Summary – Go Feed Your Amazon Monster!
Bonus #1 – How to Compete Against Amazon
Bonus #2 – Creating New Product Pages for Items NOT on Amazon
Bonus #3 – Why No One Can Take Over
Bonus #4 – The ZERO RISK Way to Start
Bonus #5 – The Pixar Effect
Bonus #6 – Attitude is Everything
Bonus #7 – Your Lazy Competition
Bonus #8 – How To Run A Book Drive Fundraiser
Bonus #9 – How To Run An FBA Consignment Business
Bonus #10 – How To Get More Books Than You’ll Know What To Do With
Bonus #11 – Why Seasonal Products Sell Year Round on Amazon.com
Bonus #12 – FBAScout vs. Local Database Scouting Services
Bonus #13 – Children's Books
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