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Trading Warfare: Why Trading Cards Have Disappeared From Retail Shelves

With values soaring to the moon, card collectors are starting to get violent

Photo by Thimo Pedersen on Unsplash

In December 2020, a rare Charizard Pokémon card sold for $360,000. Early in 2021, a Michael Jordan rookie card sold for $215,000. Weeks later, the same card sold for $738,000.

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Dylan Hughes

Dylan Hughes

Two-time self-development author also writing on business and electric vehicles. My free newsletter: https://dylanhughes.substack.com.

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