Sports Card Sells of the Week: August 28 to September 4

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Contributed by Conner Barnett

Each week on the Sports Card Strategy Show, we talk about the top sports cards to sell now! We break down those selling opportunities further here at so you don't miss your chance to profit.

So if you're asking yourself "which sports cards should I sell now?" - read below to not miss any opportunities!

1. Aaron Rodgers: 2005 Topps Base #483 PSA 10

We’re still in the quarterback selling season, and the 4-time MVP award winner isn’t immune. We believe Aaron Rodgers current card pricing is overvalued due to the immense hype around the New York Jets building organization. The Jets first four games of the season rank #1 relative to strength of schedule, and we expect Aaron Rodgers to dip out of the gate and actually become a decent buying opportunity towards late October/early November. A-Rod’s 2005 Topps Base in PSA 10 is up 17% the last 180 days, and if you’re an investor holding Rodgers prints that have accrued similar growth since purchase, you should look to get these listed now and buy back at a fraction of the price.

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  1. DEBRA ROBERTS on August 30, 2023 at 12:02 am

    I don’t see Brock purdy fizzling out & I am interested why you do ! He might have been a Cinderella story last year had he not gotten injured.

    So … What do you see that I am blind to ?

  2. Paul Hickey on October 11, 2023 at 2:20 pm

    Hey Deb,
    The problem I have with Purdy as a long term investment is that we’re buying the system, not the player. If he gets injured, SF just plugs in the next guy (Sam Darnold, etc.).

    Whereas, Burrow, Tua, Trevor Lawrence, Mahomes, Josh Allen, etc. are QBs that “Make the Franchise” vs. being products of the system. If they get injured or don’t perform well, we know they have a long leash/runway.

    Not that Purdy can’t be successful and see his card prices rise. But I see him as SUPER RISKY and hyped up based on team success.

    Guys like Caleb Williams are safer over the next 8 months than Purdy.

    • Paul Hickey on October 11, 2023 at 2:25 pm

      One more thought on this. I want to clarify. It’s not that I don’t believe in Brock Purdy’s potential to be a great sports card investment. It’s simply that now is the time to sell him if you have him. Not the time to buy in. His prices are inflated by his recent success, hype, new releases, etc. It’s the worst time to buy into him. If you own him now, sell him and buy back later in the December dip or in June.

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