Business Tips: The Good and Bad News About the Rise in Popularity of Sports Card Investing

Business Tips: The Good and Bad News About the Rise in Popularity of Sports Card Investing

Awesome Tip: The Good and Bad News About the Rise in Popularity of Sports Card Investing

As the sports card investing and trading hobby continues to grow I’m popularity, there are a ton of questions people have about the space. In this live stream, Gary does a Q&A with his fans, both new to the hobby and veterans, to address some of their questions and concerns with the constantly evolving hobby. He covers topics around veteran cards, which cards are the riskiest, how the price and demand of cards will change, and plenty more! If you have been involved with the hobby for a while now or are just getting started, there is a ton of value here for you… Enjoy!

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31 Replies to “Business Tips: The Good and Bad News About the Rise in Popularity of Sports Card Investing”

  1. This "Documentary Effect" that everyone is banking on is way overblown. The Last Dance only caused a surge in prices because it happened during COVID and there were no live sports. There were lots of sports docs before that did not have the same effect. Even Long Gone Summer (Sosa/Mcgwire doc) had a much smaller effect than the Last Dance, so we're already seeing that phenomenon disappear. Ergo the lesser known vintage athletes will unfortunately continue to become even lesser known.

  2. Really enjoyed the insightful video! Hope this will help other digest:

    1:00 – Feeling like 2004 again.
    2:40 – 6 months of Homework before you make a move
    6:30 – Pack Breaking for youth watching
    8:45 – If PSA 10 is rising, do you buy the PSA 9s?
    10:15 – 2nd year cards
    11:45 – Vintage Question
    14:15 – Next Year is NBA 75th anniversary
    16:50 – YamWax – Are we going to see Football Skill positions pop?
    20:00 – Thoughts on Raptors
    22:15 – Starting Line Up Sets
    24:30 – Rules of the Old Hobby Gone away
    25:15 – Link to 10 Places to Start in the Hobby
    26:15 – Rise of Base cards in Hobby

    27:15 – Thoughts on Celebrities in the Hobby
    28:00 – Serge Ibaka Comment
    31:15 – Blockchain
    31:45 – Vintage Soccer
    33:30 – grading in the hobby
    36:10 – Thoughts on is it gambling
    39:30 – Zion could be Kemp
    40:15 – Grading REPRINTs and selling on eBay (Scammers Monitoring)
    44:30 – Bowman v Topps
    47:30 – Please use #thatwasfunGV on Twitter to connect.
    48:30 – When do I cash out?
    54:30 – How do I stand out as a new breaker?
    58:15 – Thoughts on Thicker Cards like Noir
    58:30 – 63 Fleer?
    59:00 – Mahome v Lamar
    59:30 – Card Talk Plug
    59:50 – GPK
    1:00:15 – Digital Grading
    1:00:50 – Lebron and KD rookies
    1:01:45 – SGC and PSA
    1:02:30 – Pokemon thoughts?

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  3. Respectfully, Mbappe is overrated. Lot's of youngsters have had great WC appearances..where is Mario Gotze today?? Nowhere. For those that don't recognize his name, Gotze scored the winning goal for Germany in the 2014 WC. Until Mbappe proves himself outside of Ligue 1, he's just not worth the crazy prices people are paying. A move to the Prem or La Liga would make for a better assessment.

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