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Old 05-17-2017, 09:37 AM
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Whenever I buy a card: purchase at a record price
Whenever I sell a card: market is flat
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Old 05-17-2017, 10:32 AM
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I know the feeling. I am equally good at buying stocks at all time highs.
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Old 05-17-2017, 10:50 AM
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Maybe I bought them both...
They would go well with your T206 Cobb/Cobb lucky find cards.
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Has to make you wonder!
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Has to make you wonder!

Hence why I no long collect cards
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Old 05-17-2017, 05:14 PM
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I know the feeling. I am equally good at buying stocks at all time highs.
It's just human nature to buy into a rising market, rather than one that is quiet for the time being. I think Steve has selected some very good value Gehrigs for the longer term, as depicted in another current thread.

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I think Its easy to find arguments to make your point. Just last month Lou sold to Jim a Fielding Dietsche Cobb here in the BST for 1975.00 (unless Jim got him to even take less).
With all due respect to Lou, that one would have been at its very best a Good 2 (Mk), as it was certainly nowhere near a PSA 5 condition-wise, and was postally used, with a great deal of writing (and not Cobb's) on the back. Hardly a good comparison to the "5" which sold for $10,800+ in 2015, but I would call it a good, astute buy for the long term nonetheless (recently saw that a V351 Williams rookie in 1.5 Fair went for just $500 in a small auction--I would have snapped that one up to go with my Ex+ and considered it a steal for a long term hold had I seen it).

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This is the one which didn't go for $10,875.70.


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