Sports Card Strategy Overflow Show – When To Sell Huge Wemby; Garrett Wilson Autos; Will Caleb Williams Dip? Jackson Holliday Strategy

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  1. Eric Sorensen on October 14, 2023 at 2:03 pm

    Excellent Jackson Holliday analysis Paul. This kind of content is super valuable and knowledge that I was severely lacking about the card market. Thank you!

    • Paul Hickey on November 16, 2023 at 9:33 am

      Thank you so much Eric! We really appreciate your support. Are you making any plays?

  2. Eric Sorensen on October 14, 2023 at 2:17 pm

    Basically what I learned from the aforementioned analysis of the Jackson Holliday card was:
    1.) Understand the price trend – In this case, Jackson Holliday cards, almost all of them, are trending upward.
    2.) Unless the card is graded a PSA 10 (which the subscriber did not detail) a fair price would be maybe 20% above last comp.

    A couple follow-up questions from me would be:
    -Do you give some room based on last comp, highest comp over its history, or average comp price over its history?
    -If you did learn that the card was a PSA 10 would that change your mindset towards the seller price being too high? What if it was a PSA 9 grade or PSA 8?
    -You kind of touched on it but if you would clarify, basically if it’s a sure bet stud like Jackson Holliday, any of his cards (even base) are worth it to pick up?
    -Especially at this price point ($1K+ Jackson Holliday cards) is it make sure the card isn’t completely torn up and strategize to sell it raw at call-up all the while, once you get it in hands hands and see it with your eyes, if it looks absolutely perfect then make the decision to grade it?

    • Paul Hickey on November 16, 2023 at 9:38 am

      Hi Eric,
      Correct on your assessments on 1 and 2.

      Answers to your follow-up questions:
      – For our top three prospects, not too much. We simply know based on pattern recognition of historical data, that Holliday, Chourio and Wood cards will increase in price upon call-up

      – I’m not sure I understand the question about the PSA 10, PSA 9 or PSA 8. Can you clarify further?

      – No. Don’t buy just any card. Make sure you’re buying a card like a base auto or refractor auto (raw or any grade), or a base or refractor PSA 10 only.

      – I wouldn’t grade anymore Holliday cards in bulk. We’re past the window to where I’m confident you’d safely receive your submission back in time to sell at call-up.

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