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

  1. I don’t think memorabilia cards get enough love, jersey cards autos patch cards, those cards are sick and see them as a more viable collectors item then base cards or holo cards that people are obsessed with.

  2. you got my like and subb for the pickachu acL banger!!!!
    i have a big collection i aquired in a trust lots of junk wax era baseball basketball hockey batman signed photos from meet and greet signing. got it for almost nothing. any recomendations on where to start my studying i would really appreciate it.

  3. Hahahah. That's awesome. You nailed it. I have collected cards since I was 6 now I'm 36. I started pokemon with my kids now I'm into pokemon, baseball, basketball and soccer. Now all my old stuff is awesome. I love this card life.

  4. BS companies? I sold my rookie Montana bccg 10 for $1500, bought it for $55 12 years ago. also sold my Rice(rookie) bccg 10 for $1200 purchased for $32 14 years ago. The point is don't trash the things that you don't like. Companies like bccg, isa, cta, gma etc etc… I respect the things that make people happy and buys thinks that they can afford. Guys like you need to humble down or you'll loose all your minions soon. To me, you're only pointing out the obvious and you're main objective is to give the young people and new investors some perspectives. Thank you so much for that. However, the hobby needs all types of collectors and investors. I thank you for being one of the top ambassadors and an advocates for the bobby. I just think that you should "lobby" everything the hobby entitle and not just for the stuffs that you're getting into or already owned.

  5. I’ve been buying and flipping cards for 10 years. I’m the only woman and person I know personally that does this and I just sold $400 on 3 football cards. I paid less than $30 each!

  6. The point he made of Zion could end up being Shawn Kemp is so so true!!! Born in 87, have lived in Seattle area since 89, being in the height of my card collecting as a kid in the mid/late 90’s I thought The Reign Man and The Glove GP were on their way to being 2 of the all time greats! (Don’t get me wrong, they both r legends in their own right, GP especially) but I went out and snatched up Payton and Kemp cards galore! I have Payton and Kemp cards for days!! Sucks that the value of all of their cards r nothing compared to what I thought of them. The way some people feel about Zion right now is the exact way I felt about Kemp back in the 90’s to an extent. Of course the massive hype train that exists today of learning about these guys at such a younger age makes things different to some degree but that point Gary made really hit home with me big time

  7. I love this, thanks Gary. I'm a hockey fan so I've been collecting hockey cards for years. From an investment standpoint it's not as lucrative as basketball or baseball but it's my cuppa tea. I'd love to hear your thoughts on the hockey market. Also, what do you think about investing in grading companies themselves?

  8. This is exciting. I came by this by a vid suggestion. I’m an “OG” and started collecting back in the 90s when I was in elementary school, but LOVED vintage. Even at that early point I was hooked on 50s-70s baseball cards. Now, I’m a little older and have much more money. Looking forward to jumping back in the game.
    Thank you, Sir!
    I’m in the marketing world, so that’s how this video came up.

  9. What's less risky someone like up and coming players Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson or unproven hype players like Cam Newton and Ryan Tanneahill and Jimmy Garoppolo?

  10. Big Raptors fan here loved the video. I just started getting back into cards this year. I was mostly into hockey and baseball as a kid. Now I am diversifying and picking up more football, basketball and baseball than hockey. I was more into autographs in the
    last ten years as well.

  11. Tom Gordon and Pat Listch were guys who everyone stocked up on, and they never did anything significant. Those cards created big losses for people in the 80's and 90's. People lost out on Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire when it was found out that they took steroids.

  12. Really enjoy your info…collecting since a little girl but never really sold my cards. Your info really is inspiring. Learned alot. Listed some of my collection on Instagram (sportzcardchic) next ebay. Thanks for your helpful tips and knowledge.

  13. Life is a series of funny stories;baby emotions like anger, sadness, fear etc… ruin everything;critical people are the sappers of beauty, the deconstructors of Rome. Purpose has been a conversation b/w humans since the beginning of language itself. 10000 BC purpose was trees… when it was probably mispronounced by half the tribe.

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