Stephen Curry just won his 4th NBA title, and that means if you weren't jumping on his bandwagon, you better be now! Without a doubt, Curry is one of the greats and needs to be on your radar, if not as a fan, but at least as a collector and investor. So what does that mean for you? What autographs should you buy and be on the lookout for? Is it a signed jersey or basketball? What about some shoes? I'll let you know what I think all on today's show!
You can't hardly look at the news lately without words like "inflation" and "supply chain" getting brought up. Obviously, it's easy to see how those things affect the gas and other big industries, but what about our sports memorabilia world? How does it affect us? Watch today's show to find out exactly how, and what you can do to make the best of the world's current situation.
If you want to start making some money through collectibles and autographs, today's video is the one for you! Is it the easiest thing in the world? No, not exactly, but it is definitely doable if you know what to do. Today, I'm serving up 5 tips you need to know on the "easiest" way to make money selling autographs. Will it be "easy?" Well, naturally no. It will take some work and knowledge. But it is the easiest to explain. With these 5 tips you can start making money ASAP!
I wanted to do a bit of a fun video today, and I've done these in that past but haven't for a while, so it just seemed about time. If you had to choose 5 big names in the baseball scene to do signings this year, who would you choose? Feel free to comment them below your picks. Today I'm going to talk about the guys I would love to see sign, even if it's not that likely in the first place!
We all want that 10 autograph grade when submitting cards for authentication and encapsulation to PSA. But how do we get set ourselves up for success to get one? Does the type of pen matter? What does PSA look for? Is it even worth getting an autograph grade? Those are today's topics.
If you have been watching this channel for any decent amount of time, then you know I have been preaching a specific message, consistently, for a long time. Athletes are retiring, getting old, or just flat out not signing anymore. That is just the truth of the matter in regards to sports memorabilia. So now, let's tack one more thing onto that list. Businesses like Fanatics are starting to limit what items they will allow their athletes to sign at their signings. You really need to jump on these opportunities while you have the chance! Today, we talk about the discontinuing of tickets being allowed to be signed and are rookie cards on the chopping block next?
If you've been watching my show for a while now, obviously you know we've talked so much about the sports memorabilia world continuing to become more and more popular. Everyone is noticing that there is money to be made here, and people are jumping on opportunities with sports cards, jerseys, autographs, and whatever else they can think of. So here's a question. What do you do about cards that don't have as much value? Are they even worth your time? I would say, absolutely, yes! You just have to know the way to go about buying and selling them. In comes a company known as COMC, which we'll be talking all about today on the Powers Sports Memorabilia Show!
With the recent explosion in the sports collectible ticket market, I thought it would be a good time to put together a video and bring some clarity to the subject. Here are some topics we will discuss today. #1 Why tickets have become popular #2 Is this a fad? Are they actually collectible? #3 The types of tickets people are collecting #4 Future of the ticket market
We all want to get the best possible autograph on our sports card. Ever get a card back from a signing and think WTF happened? The ink looks like it didn't dry in the place it went onto the card or has holes in it. Streaks everywhere. I know we all want to blame the autograph promoter for the bad autograph, but often times, it has to do with the crappy surface of the card, especially with modern cards such as Prizm and Chrome and their glossy surface. If a card’s surface doesn’t have anything for the ink to stick to, its hard to get a good quality autograph. So how do we fix this? That's today's topic.
Getting an authentication sticker added to the back of your card can sound like a stressful decision. What should you do? Should you add one? That's today's topic where I discuss 5 reasons you should and 5 reasons you shouldn't.
What's the deal with those autographed PSA slabs that say TRADING CARD on them and not the card information. Are they legit? Why would someone want that on their label as opposed to the standard PSA label outlining the information about the card? That's today's topic.