I'm on the last part of Act II, Inferno, and I've amassed a huge fortune of 1.4 million gold (and this is the most I've ever had!). I have no idea how I survived up to this point, as I feel like everyone around me has a 30+ mil weapon. I've been trying to trade on the auction house, but I can't get over how terrible it feels, having to input each attribute separately, and not knowing instinctively whether or not a roll is considered good or not.
I'm sure I've vendored more than 1 item that was worth 10+ million. I know for sure that I've auctioned items that were worth less than 1000 gold. I came here trying to look for hints on how to value items, but I'm hoping that I'll be spending a lot of time in the trading sections, finally getting what my items are worth (which is better that it rotting in my stash!)
I hope this place has a lot to teach me.
In case you're wondering, I've been playing DH that can take about 2 hits from mortar before bursting into little pieces.
If you need a Hunting Buddie Hit me up WazsuB#1378 i have only just Finnished inferno and i was stuck in act 1 for AGES....... like a good month. its a long hard road to find the perfect gear. i too hoard alot of stuf i dont know the value of, maybe we can trade lol.
Look for as many combinations of the following stats as possible (meaning multiple instances of these stats on a single piece of item), and also this goes without saying, the higher numbers, the better:
Attack speed %
Critical hit chance %
Critical hit damage %
Life on hit
Life steal %
Primary stat (one of the three: dexterity, intelligence, strength)
Resistance to all elements
And some lesser considered stats that also add to value (though usually do not make up the majority of the item's value):
Life after kill
Then there are class specifics, so look for the following combinations:
Dexterity + X elemental resistance + desired stats listed above (monks and One With Everything)
Intelligence + critical hit chance + Arcane Power on critical hits (wizards and Critical Mass)
Hatred regeneration and/or Maximum Discipline (DH)
...and various more class-specifics.
Most of the time, you'll be looking at the first list for desired stats.