It’s easy to look at sold comp prices on eBay, or MarketMoversApp.com, Card Ladder or elsewhere, and think that you have the money as good as in your pocket or bank account if you own the card.
But let’s not forget that you still have to sell the card, and selling cards ain’t easy, especially vintage cards that aren’t being transacted every day like modern ones are.
I break it down in this segment taken from our weekly Sports Card Strategy show.
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Paul Hickey is a Digital Creator, who builds WordPress websites for small businesses, runs an eCommerce Sports Cards and Digital Collectibles business at NoOffseason.com, authors books and creates digital art in the form of NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens).
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