★ 5 Store Models Linked Below:

★ Bulk Buying/Liquidation: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5575275710&toolid=10001&campid=5338047387&customid=BHFO&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2FCrevo-Cory-Mens-Hemp-Memory-Foam-Slide-Sandals%2F333463949004%3Fhash%3Ditem4da4000ecc%3Am%3AmDMoQSpsVEjJdq9gQ5PcUvQ
★ Dropshipping/Retail Arbitrage: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5575275710&toolid=10001&campid=5338047387&customid=RA&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2FOculus-Quest-All-in-One-VR-Gaming-Headset-64GB-128GB-Black-Brand-New%2F143578139897%3Fhash%3Ditem216dec8cf9%3Am%3AmtqA63bSH2Fhxv7dn5HLSNQ
★ Retail/Private Label: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5575275710&toolid=10001&campid=5338047387&customid=Pharmapacks&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2FListerine-Ultraclean-Dental-Floss-Oral-Care-Mint-Flavored-30-Yards%2F253786495817%3Fepid%3D11033154402%26hash%3Ditem3b16da9b49
★ Replenishables/Wholesale: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5575275710&toolid=10001&campid=5338047387&customid=Replenishables&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2FKirkland-Organic-Virgin-Coconut-Oil-Unrefined-Cold-Pressed-Chemical-Free-84-oz%2F141948958696%3Fhash%3Ditem210cd137e8%3Ag%3Ate4AAOSwB09YE4zr
★ Thrifting/Treasure Hunting: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5575275710&toolid=10001&campid=5338047387&customid=Thank+You+Cards&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2FCustom-eBay-Thank-You-Postcards-Business-Cards-Template-Get-More-Feedback%2F193444575110%3Fhash%3Ditem2d0a31f786

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  1. Do you think companies like Pharmapack buy liquidations to sell on Amazon?

  2. Thrifting and treasure hunting

  3. I've learned so much from your channel, thank you. I just started in December doing 9k in my 1st 90 days. My store would be considered thrifting but i have a working invention that I use every day and hope to someday move to that model. I just started this channel to share my experience. Today I had my 2nd fastest-selling item at under 20 mins. I need help bad.

  4. I am currently thrifting 70% / RA 20% / Wholesale 10%. My business is run from my home, so I can't qualify for some wholesale accounts without a brick and mortar location. But, I love the thrill of the hunt when it comes to thrifting. So, I doubt I can ever give it up completely. 😉

  5. I'm a thrifter treasure hunter!

  6. Great video. I was hand made for 5+ years on ebay and Etsy. I tried thrifting off and on for 10+ years. None of this made me any money, just cost money. 2 1/2 weeks ago I tried bulk liquidation and finally found success. I live alone and am retired so I can spend much time right now on resourcing, etc. I want to add some replenishables for traffic but finding wholesale in small quantities is hard. I really enjoy the liquidation. Just need to organize better. I have been to busy to do that. Guess I should have done that before ordering. Thanks again this was helpful.

  7. Hey Chris, thanks for the video. Great information. My personality is Private Label. I know this, because I've created other products and raised money using venture capital for my ideas.

  8. Honestly I do 3 of these and plan on branching to other platforms to broaden my business

  9. A hybrid model of Thrifting, bulk/liquidation and replenishables is my dream model

  10. I started out thrifting/treasure hunting at Goodwill stores. Now I thrift/treasure hunt at Goodwill Outlet Bins and help people spring clean. I have also had some success with wholesale and that is a significant chunk of my store.

  11. Currently thrifting and treasure hunting for the time being while researching bulk buying and replenishables.

  12. This was so helpful! I am a thrifter and love the challenge of finding a gem in a sea of Walmart and Target clothes, but I will agree that it is an emotional roller coaster at times. I am interested in private label and creating and bringing a product to market. If I ever dream-up that elusive better mouse trap, I will likely go for it. Going to explore all of the options you offer. I would love to next-level my business!

  13. I like how you broke down the different models as I've been looking at moving from the thrifting model. This video does a good job of describing the pros and cons of the different models as well as visually showing you the potential of each one. My plan is to try bulk/liquidation next. But would also like to try private label at some point in the future.

  14. Keep up the good work Chris. 😎🖥👍

  15. Thanks great video! Does your mastermind have people from each one of these groups or its more primarily focused on one model?

  16. I've recently started getting into private label and i can see myself doing this for the rest of my life with massive potential. I made good money with thrifting but it just wasn't scalable and the grind was getting too much.

  17. Thifting and Bulk buy models only. Lots of free time and other income sources in place. Just play for fun and profit. Auctions, Estate Sales and Multi-Quantity listings.

  18. Replenishables all the way. 😀

  19. BULK 🦾
    Lots of thrifting now, totally enjoy it, but the goal is bulking out on items my household already uses, or preparedness/survival gear. It's my dual-purpose minimalist bulk model.

  20. I hope to move back to the US soon (target, Florida) where I'll focus on estate sales and bulk liquidations. I was never a thrist dhop guy even before COVID so after they open again, no one has to worry about any copetion from me there 😉

  21. Right now I do thrifting but have done a tiny bit of bulk. I do like it much better because you’re right not much money in just thrifting. I thought a lot about wholesale but again your right it’s extremely hard to find anything to sell that’s not already being sold. I’m just not sure which direction would be best for me yet.

  22. Thanks for another great video.
    I sell and gave been selling the same vintage things since the 90's. I replenish items and already have the descriptions written, ready to be paired with new pictures. Recently I've started branching off into anything old instead of niche. Lots of vintage stuff can be replenished Tupperware, pyrex, board games…they are everywhere, just buy the nice ones, and learn what sells best, then buy it again.
    Condition is king with anything I sell, most stuff will sell itself if you can buy it right.

  23. Starting thrifting/garage sales , I work as a Nurse as my just over broke (JOB) fortunately I love my job too, time is a premium during these trying times for myself, I believe goals are the key for me. Focusing on the SLOW and Grow program, Learning and Earning.

  24. retail private label would be my favorite

  25. Hi Chris, thank you for info, I have learned a lot from your videos. I am a hunter:) – just love it, can't wait until charity shops are open again. But maybe one day I decide to grow. Greetings from Scotland.

  26. I started out thrifting/garage sales and slowly got into liquidations which really boosted sales due to the fact they're easy to find comps and list. More recently I started doing house cleanouts prior to estate sales. This, for me at least, has been a happy medium because most things are easy to find comps on and i'm not sorting through broken and incomplete items due to return fraud. I have 2 ebay stores and just moved the entire business out of the house to some office space right down the street. That was probably the best thing i could've done because i was able to put hands on every item and i was able to get everything organized. I'm done rambling. Thank you for the content and keep up the good work.

  27. When I started a couple of years ago my plan was to start with retail arbitrage (books/media mostly), then transition to wholesale purchasing simply because I didn't have the capital to go directly into wholesale buying at first. The retail arbitrage has been a priceless experience in learning the selling platforms, reading Keepa charts, making buying decisions, and more. I think it helps to try to focus on one or only a few niches so you can build your knowledge in those areas, especially when starting out. It is time-consuming and you drive a lot, but great for building capital. If you want to do it as a career, your main advantage will come from expanding your knowledge of desirable products (think antique dealer) and/or innovative sourcing techniques.

    This year I have been getting into wholesale buying, and I like how it is a lot of work up front to learn the industry, contact suppliers, manage communications, set up systems, etc., but once your systems are in place it is a relatively smooth business. It's good if you like administration and sales jobs: it's more of a traditional business job. Lots of spreadsheets! The flashy, trendy items that every other seller is searching for because they sell super-fast are not that appealing to me, because it will attract loads of competition, and may not even be a good seller next season. I try to emulate traditional big-box retail strategy, which includes buying "boring" products that are evergreen sellers.

  28. I really enjoy the thrifting/treasure hunting model. I'm also planning on combining retail arbitrage with it as well (buying clearance items for resell) in the long term. Dropshipping I'd avoid, mostly for the reasons you just mentioned. I have thought about wholesale too for certain categories but I believe that's a very high barrier to entry. I'd also agree that making my own product would be the most satisfying but I'd have to be especially careful with my time with that model and that might be tricky to combine with the other models.

  29. online arbitrage for over 3 years now. Need to transition into new model. Arbitrage is great to cut your teeth into ecommerce, but not sustainable with ebay changing policies in my opinoin, among other things.

  30. Thank you for posting so frequently, I appreciate all of the education

  31. I appreciate all of the information you always give out. I do bulk liquidation.

  32. I am mainly a thrifter/treasure hunter but I'm definitely at the point where I want to start scaling up into bulk buying and private label, and hire people. Currently I have 1 private label product that I just started and is doing well, and I will reinvest the capital into more private label products!

  33. This is such a valuable break down of the five models! My goal is to do replens with legit wholesalers/distributors. Currently, I am a treasure hunter on eBay and RA on Amazon. Private label would be cool one day.

  34. Great Thumbnail and content Chris!

  35. Thanks for the info. Will bookmark to watch again in the future as I keep learning about reselling and refine my goals.

  36. Currently in thrifting/ treasure hunting and I hate it. I don't love shopping at all and I started b/c its lowest cost to entry and the quickest/easiest way to profit. I want to grind through this phase and save up enough money from it to invest in creating my own product. Picking through thrifts/ 1 to 1 exchange website sucks and is just a grind until I can afford to do something bigger. I equate it to being at the beginning levels of a video game mindlessly grinding xp so that I can be set up way better later lol.

  37. I do bulk, estate sales, wholesale, auctions and liquidations

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