I'm so sick of the "base cards are dead" crap. Any rookie PSA 10 has some investment value, as player performance still drives the market, even for high pop cards. High population may make cards more affordable, but sometimes when a card is more affordable it's more frequently transacted, which makes it an asset in its own right.
Case in point, the Ja Morant Rookie Prizm Base PSA 10. It's easy to sell, and even though it's pop is 21k+, it's value is increasing due to Ja's on-court performance.
Don't believe everything you hear. Do your own research, and you will find your own gems.
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