Business Tips: The Smartest Ways to Start Investing in the New Sports Card Market

Business Tips: The Smartest Ways to Start Investing in the New Sports Card Market

Awesome Tip: The Smartest Ways to Start Investing in the New Sports Card Market



As sports cards and trading cards, in general, continue to rise in popularity, the “rules” and strategies the hobbyist have grown accustomed to are going the drastically change. With the wave of new demand that these buyers are bringing, certain cards that were once considered worthless could end up sky-rocketing in price. On this podcast, Gary sits down with “Cardboard Illuminati” to talk about this and all other things trading card related. If you are looking to start getting serious about your sports card game, this is the perfect video for you… Enjoy!

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36 Replies to “Business Tips: The Smartest Ways to Start Investing in the New Sports Card Market”

  1. I think the worst thing about collecting now is all the people buying every single box of cards from Walmart and Target. This is why nobody can find any football or basketball cards at the store. I’m glad I bought all my cards before this crap. People are literally camping out on days when the new inventory arrives. Just buy cards in bulk online. It’s almost like the toilet paper problem earlier this year

  2. Beckett has the best capsules including an air tight water proof sleeve they put your card into before they slab it. Always clean your cards before sending them off. The more you pay PSA, the better your grades are. PSA goes heavy on the front of card grading 67/33, BGS is 50/50, if your card has a flaw on the back send it to PSA.

  3. Lol I’m so thankful Bol Bol cards spiked up, I bought a pack of hoops from a store and pulled an auto of his, not numbered, was a less than 10 dollar card before his hype. So, I sold it for like 50 when it happened

  4. Too many grown men waiting in the toy section at walmart and target to buy every box the shelf stacker takes off his cart. Kids have no chance. It's actually a bad thing for the hobby.

  5. Billion Dollar Income Potential in Ruvol

    I have invented a Board Game [still unpublished] that is guaranteed to be far more challenging and exciting to play than CHESS. I called it “RUVOL.”

    Over time, Ruvol will surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.”

    Why am I so sure about this? Because I am an avid chess player myself. I found chess to be so repetitive that any clever player could easily master the moves to a point they could even play against opponents blindfolded. It is for this reason I invented a game where every game is always a new challenge and exciting to play.

    Since Ruvol is yet “unpublished,” I am extra careful in fully disclosing how it is exactly played, lest it might be “plagiarized.” The “BEST PREVIEW” I can give, more than enough to appreciate how the game is played, is as follows:

    1. Ruvol is almost somewhat played like chess. [I invented Ruvol primarily to give chess a direct “apple-to-apple” competition.]
    2. Like chess, Ruvol is a board game for two players.
    3. If the chess board is square in shape containing 64 squares in all, the Ruvol board is rectangular with more number of squares in it.
    4. If each chess player has 16 pieces, each Ruvol player has equal number of pieces as well.
    5. If each type of chess piece moves in a distinct way, the Ruvol types of pieces move in distinct ways, too.
    6. If to win the chess game requires tactical skills or strategic thinking, the more the Ruvol requires of it.
    7. If the way to win chess is to checkmate the opponent’s king, the way to win Ruvol is entirely different but far more exciting and challenging.

    In my Google search, I learned there are around 800 million chess players in the world. These 800 million players comprise the “Total Potential Buyers” of Ruvol across the globe. At an average profit of just US$5 per set, the “Global Income Potential” of Ruvol then is US$4 billion. Assuming only 1% of it will buy each year, the annual global potential sale is US$40M.

    I AM SELLING MY COPYRIGHT TO RUVOL.

    Since it entails huge money to produce, distribute, and market Ruvol in global scale which I don’t have, I find it “wiser” to simply sell my copyright.

    If you are interested to buy my copyright, email me your BEST PRICE OFFER. Or if you know someone willing to buy my copyright, you are entitled to a 10% commission.

    On the other hand, if you have a “much better option” in mind than what I am proposing here, don’t hesitate to let me know.

    Thanks and God bless.

    RODOLFO MARTIN VITANGCOL
    The Ruvol Inventor

    [email protected]gmail.com

  6. Love the information, and Gary V's passion for the hobby. I agree that current players are risky. I started collecting in the 1980's and 90's during the junk wax era. I have a lot of rookies from that era, and know they were over produced and the quality of cards was not good. Is there any players That you think are good to sell or invest in besides Derek Jeter?

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