The Modern Baseball Card Investor

The Modern Baseball Card Investor In the wake of the great baseball card bubble of the late s and early s a time period in which new baseball card issues were wildly overproduced everybody knows that modern baseball cards are

  • Title: The Modern Baseball Card Investor
  • Author: Jeff Hwang
  • ISBN: 9780985792886
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the wake of the great baseball card bubble of the late 1980s and early 1990s a time period in which new baseball card issues were wildly overproduced everybody knows that modern baseball cards are worthless, and that valuable cards are strictly a vintage thing And yet, many of the most valuable cards of the last 40 50 years have been printed in the last five to tenIn the wake of the great baseball card bubble of the late 1980s and early 1990s a time period in which new baseball card issues were wildly overproduced everybody knows that modern baseball cards are worthless, and that valuable cards are strictly a vintage thing And yet, many of the most valuable cards of the last 40 50 years have been printed in the last five to ten years How is it possible that a Bowman Chrome Yasiel Puig card issued in the fall of 2013 sold for 18,000 in January 2014, or that a Bowman Chrome Mike Trout card issued in 2009 sold for 16,000 in February 2014 And how is it that two 1993 SP Derek Jeter rookie cards sold for 32,500 each in December 2013, at a time when many other copies of the same card were running in the 100 150 range Indeed, the investment profile of the modern baseball card and sports cards in general has improved dramatically over the past 20 years In The Modern Baseball Card Investor, Jeff Hwang explains why, and shows you how you, t

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    1. Jeff Hwang has worked very hard on this book. It is evident in the amount of detail he provides in the descriptions of the cards throughout. He spent the time to provide the names of many of the best players at the time he was writing (2012) and details about all the key cards for those players with regards to pricing and a comparison between the numbered cards and the base card from the same sets.The basic premise behind the book is the bigger fool theory. If you buy the best card of the best p [...]

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