Cardboard has been on a rage last year and I do not expect it to really slow down.
As a couple of Pokemon and Yu Gi Oh cards even beating crypto in ROI. As in crypto there are pullbacks but I think cardboard is here to stay for a while as the big daddy Magic is making new highs for over 20 years.
This card is the big dog in my collection and I paid a lot of money for it, it made me feel stupid, but if I would decide to sell you would have to feel 250 % stupider if you want to take it off my hands.
On the big marketplace in Europe are 53 offered at the moment and if you buy the cheapest 3 you drive the price up over 20% already. It is not 100% certain how many exist in which condition.
My favorite series in coins. I paid a little bit over spot when it was released.
Yesterday I saw a sell on a facebook group for 80€ which is a bit shy of 4 times the amount I paid. The coin has a mintage of 15k and was an absolute hit worldwide.
The second release was already way different as the dealers knew about the popularity and fomo and jacked up the prices...and it still sold quickly. I am curious to see what will happen with release Nr 3.
I was able to get 5 rolls from the first release without much trouble but had no chance getting this many with the second one.
I love collecting and the investing and flipping within the hobby and it teaches supply and demand so clearly like nothing else for me.
There will be only 21 Million Bitcoin and many are already lost and many more will be lost in the next 100 years when the last Bitcoin will be mined.
We are already experience a rush into a very scarce asset but it is much harder to grasp for most even when it is the easiest to track.
With the money printer still going buurh it is tough to say where the journey goes even after this much growth.
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