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2018-19 Prizm #170 Collin Sexton StarStock A | Target Price: $80
Sexton went off last night, but I still like this as a play. The difference between yesterday and today is that I like the StarStock A as a potential buy. Sexton still has a few games before Garland isn’t back, and while I don’t expect him to go out and put up 42 points, I do think he can go out and be a solid 25-30ppg person.
If he can keep up this level of consistency, then these could jump from $80 or to the low $90s. Not huge gains, but not bad ones either, as Sexton is a pretty safe play to at least hold is value.
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2007-08 Topps #112 Kevin Durant PSA 9 | Target Price: $850
Everyone’s talking about investing right now. Everyone’s talking long-term too. Well, today I want to show you guys a long term play that I like. Durant’s Topps 112 is one of the most underrated rookie in the sports card market.
It reminds me of Stephen Curry’s Topps and Topps Chrome RC, excepted, Durant’s Topps is more limited and this is one of those cards that the Market Cap Method screams BUY.
In the grand scheme of things, I see Durant’s Topps RC hitting AT LEAST Curry’s price, which from here is just a little short of a 2x… And that’s a very modest prediction.
2003-04 Bowman Chrome #123 LeBron James PSA 10 | Target Price: $8,000
This cards up in price, but believe it or not, it’s a whole lot cheaper than it used to be. If you have the Market Cap Method, then you already know what I’m talking about, but for those who don’t… I’ll break it down as simple as possible.
If LeBron Topps Chrome go up then his Bowman Chrome goes up to! Over the last month the Topps Chrome has grown 80% in price, while the Bowman Chrome has only pushed up 22%… That gap won’t last long.