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Cancel Culture and the Card Market

This guest post came through our Article Submission Program. Thoughts and opinions are those of the author. Introduction The sports card market can be a wild and crazy place at times. An athlete gets injured, his prices go down, or sometimes they go up (Joe Burrow)? Free agency can mean not being signed and plummeting prices,… The post Cancel Culture and the Card Market appeared first on Sports Card Investor.
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Spying into the Future (Non-Sports Card Speculation)

This guest post came through our Article Submission Program. Thoughts and opinions are those of the author. Introduction Anyone watching the sports card market has seen a massive explosion over the last few years in the market. Geoff pointed out the record-setting card prices of Michael Jordan and Wayne Gretzky, but almost all cards are up… The post Spying into the Future (Non-Sports Card Speculation) appeared first on Sports Card Investor.
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Carson Wentz to Indy Leaves Philly in a World of Hurts

This guest post came through our Article Submission Program. Thoughts and opinions are those of the author. Introduction         In case you haven’t heard the news, the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to trade Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts for a 3rd round draft pick in 2021 and a potential 1st round pick… The post Carson Wentz to Indy Leaves Philly in a World of Hurts appeared first on Sports Card Investor.
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The Size & Growth of the Basketball Market

This guest post came through our Article Submission Program. Thoughts and opinions are those of the author. Introduction 7 Visuals Showing Size & Growth In Basketball Card Market Basketball card collectors get a lot of their cards graded by PSA (and other grading companies). Every year tens, even hundreds of thousands of cards get sent in… The post The Size & Growth of the Basketball Market appeared first on Sports Card Investor.
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A Look at the New Topps Series 1 Baseball

This guest post came through our Article Submission Program. Thoughts and opinions are those of the author. Introduction The 70th-anniversary installment of the Topps Baseball flagship series is out. The set is traditionally one of the most-anticipated releases of the year for Topps. Not only does it mark the unofficial start of the baseball season (Opening… The post A Look at the New Topps Series 1 Baseball appeared first on Sports Card Investor.
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Gretzky 1979: 2 Cards, What’s The Difference?

This guest post came through our Article Submission Program. Thoughts and opinions are those of the author. Introduction Below are two iconic 1979 Gretzky rookies, one O-Pee-Chee (left) and one Topps (right), they have small differences which spell opportunity for investment and value. Wayne Gretzky, Kobe Bryant, Tom Brady and Mike Trout; big names with hot,… The post Gretzky 1979: 2 Cards, What’s The Difference? appeared first on Sports Card Investor.
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The Rise of Junk Wax

Introduction For many years I have heard that I should not buy or even look at that junk wax from the late ’80s and early ’90s. The reasoning was it was all overprinted garbage with no hope! We all have been seduced by the glitz and glamour of Prizm, Select and Optic. I always found… The post The Rise of Junk Wax appeared first on Sports Card Investor.
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NBA Playoffs Prime Picks, Prospects, and Award Predictions

This guest post came through our Article Submission Program. Thoughts and opinions are those of the author. Introduction Two months after the 2019-20 NBA postseason finale, the 2020-21 NBA season had started right away. Last December 22, 2020, the playoffs began and is now heading to the 5th week. Presently, the Lakers lead the West with… The post NBA Playoffs Prime Picks, Prospects, and Award Predictions appeared first on Sports Card Investor.
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LeBron James Rookie Cards – The Increasing Demand

This guest post came through our Article Submission Program. Thoughts and opinions are those of the author. Introduction LeBron James came onto the NBA scene as the first overall pick in 2003 by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Nobody was surprised though. His talent was already much talked about. He scored 25 points in his first professional game… The post LeBron James Rookie Cards – The Increasing Demand appeared first on Sports Card Investor.