I've had two corresponding major realizations in my sports card investing journey over the last couple of years.
1. Going after rookie autos and rookie patch autos of top guys is the real play.
2. The most economical way to do so in a lot of cases is to buy sealed hobby boxes of certain releases.
In this clip from the Sports Card Strategy Show, co-host Greg Lanctot and I discuss the importance of "checking the checklist" as a major part of your research when deciding which sports cards to buy.
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