A healthy business market is pretty simple, price = demand = supply. If any one of those variables gets out of whack, you will have issues. It seems like the pinball market is getting a little out of control on new and used machines. Stern charging $6500-7500 for a game they would have charged $5500 just a few years ago? Be careful people, we may be looking at a situation similar to the housing market. I still see reasonable prices from people on this sight, but outside of here, people have lost their mind. Everyone is looking to make 20-50% on a pin they bought several years ago or even days ago...........The smart ones are selling, but those who are buying now, should be prepared to lose 20-30% over the next few years. These are pinball machines and they are not consumable, they are not essential and they last a long time.................and most importantly, there is about to be too many of them in this market.
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