Business Tips: Are You the Type of Person That Needs to Start Investing in Pokemon Cards? | Tea With GaryVee

Business Tips: Are You the Type of Person That Needs to Start Investing in Pokemon Cards? | Tea With GaryVee

Awesome Tip: Are You the Type of Person That Needs to Start Investing in Pokemon Cards? | Tea With GaryVee



In this episode, Gary has fellow trading card enthusiasts, PokeRev, on the show to talk about the rapidly growing market of Pokemon cards. During their conversation, a viewer commented on how it seemed out-of-character for Gary to be talking so much about money and profit. Gary used the opportunity to clarify that while there is a great opportunity to make some extra money in this space, you should only get involved if you are educated, interested, and excited by doing so. If you are strictly in it for the money and do not have an underlying interest in Pokemon (or any trading card) it can do more harm than good. They also talk about why Pokemon cards are exciting, what is causing the growth, and open 2 packs of cards on the spot! Have you jumped into the world of trading cards yet? Let us know in the comments… Enjoy!

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23 Replies to “Business Tips: Are You the Type of Person That Needs to Start Investing in Pokemon Cards? | Tea With GaryVee”

  1. Pokemon is very speculative and a passionate audience is not enough to make it a good long term investment. 10, 15, 20 years.

    Short term flips is not a long term strategy for any one particular collectible. Being a speculator does not make you an investor. The market manipulation is real.

    The same factors in a market that makes a Pokemon card jump up in value by the thousands seemingly overnight, is also what makes them drop in value out of nowhere. Price stablilization will occur for the Pokemon market once this speculative bubble ends. If people love Pokemon to such a high degree, this is the inevitable future of it eventually becoming more established.

    Buying and keeping wrapped booster boxes is probably the only smart long term move when it comes to Pokemon cards. Other than that, the opportunity cost and risk for most of the market makes for bad investment.

    Collectibles are linear in their growth. Antiques in established markets are cyclical and can actually help preserve wealth.

    When market stabilization or any future dip happens for Pokemon, it won't magically start rising again like an an already established market does (think graded coins, historical documents, or 1st edition rare books etc.) There will be no 'trickle down' long term. Only the top 1 to 3% of cards will be high value.

    Ask yourself, what impact has free Coronavirus stimulus money to millions had on Pokemon and other collectible markets?

  2. Facts Pokemon trading card was my thing. Everyone was battling each other . I had no clue how to do that so i collected them.squrtle warturtle blastoise and up in order.widh i could talk to my younger self lol

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