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

  1. This interview was painful, those kids weren’t prepared for the wrath of Gary Vee. Poop Inter owners get exposed when they interview Gary. You have a small window to engage and exchange and take the mic from Gary and if you don’t execute then you’ll look like a fool and just sit there while Gary takes over

  2. every one shits on everybody if they are doing better than themselves and can not take advice at heart if your into investing a nba cards or other cards go for it it's your money but be wise about it and learn and start to watch the card market dont jump on hype plus we never know what zion can be

  3. I collected Penny Hardaway in the 90s He was Nowhere near “high risk” yet he ended his career early through injury missing the Hall of Fame, Rookie card is about $10.00 (I have like over 50 of the same hoops rookie card) I’m investing in Zion as a Counter All In ! Oh and Luka D

  4. I wish they would talk about ppl buying base cards of players in their new teams jerseys and how they will all lose money on these base cards. I dont even buy base rookies of the stars… rj, ja, zion. Buy short prints and parallels ppl…

  5. "AH "how boring…Buy a case sit on it..ask me how many cases of hobby Topps i have since 2008..Considering 2011 update is the retirement case. yall talk and talk….simple shit…buy cases sit on them or open some and hope for PSA 10 or be a collector…Im retiring from the oil fields..sorry just nonsense chit chat.

  6. Yes that yes why i am only buying and collect 90's high end Jordan and Kobe. Did that a few year ago and will be in my collection for life=). My warning is that if you going to sale those Jordan and Kobe. You going have a hard time buying it back. Unlike modern basketball card is like gambling. Don't care if Luke or Zion

  7. And let's be honest, George Gervin and Tim Hardaway Sr aren't on ESPN every night generating hype. The only hype is speculative attention. Collectors for the past 30 years haven't given two ounces of piss about buying those rookies.

  8. Lots of love for Gary as he's brought a ton of positive attention to the hobby, but he's completely wrong about calling RCs gambling, saying Bowman is gambling, and equating it to going to Vegas. He is completely missing an opportunity. These players don't have to pan on out in the long run. He will use Todd Van Poppel as an example, or Bol Bol, or Michael Porter Jr. The fact is, savy flippers have made a ton of money on guys who didn't pan out by timing the demand and hype the right way. By trashing on this, it's really doing an injustice to those watching looking for a strategy to make quick cash.

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