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Old 03-17-2019, 01:26 PM
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Default Future value of Jeter cards after HOF induction

Would one consider the value of Derek Jeter cards (esp. rc's and tougher minor league cards) to jump in value much more than where they are now after his induction? Just curious as it seems his cards are peaking right now. Let me know your thoughts..
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I'd assume both supply and demand would rise, if that helps!
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Pump and Dump will most likely happen. I do not believe the dust will settle
behind the line of scrimmage however. Biggest question is how big will the bubble get?
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It's self evident he will make the HOF probably unanimously so why would they jump if that's already priced in?
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Typically cards of "sure thing" hall of famers follow the same pattern. Boost in price right near retirement, gradual fall off till a bit before election, price rise till a bit after induction, then gradual settling in to a mostly stable level.

There used to also be little jumps for things like someone becoming a manager, or dying, but I haven't tracked anything that closely in years.
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Typically cards of "sure thing" hall of famers follow the same pattern. Boost in price right near retirement, gradual fall off till a bit before election, price rise till a bit after induction, then gradual settling in to a mostly stable level.

There used to also be little jumps for things like someone becoming a manager, or dying, but I haven't tracked anything that closely in years.
This is the trend I have noticed for the last 20 years. In some cases it is the only time you can sell their cards is when they are inducted into the HOF.
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Exactly. Look at Mariano. His stuff was super hot in January when it was announced that he was the first unanimous inductee. Since then the news has subsided as has demand. There may be a bump around induction time.

I wouldnt plan on Jeter stuff skyrocketing in value because of his induction. There will be a large amount of interest when the announcement is made. The trick to Jeter is that hes still active and there is an upside and a downside. Since his involvement with the Marlins - his stock has actually fallen for the first time in his career. If he can put a winning team on the field his stuff will go up. A ws win would elevate him to a new level.

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Typically cards of "sure thing" hall of famers follow the same pattern. Boost in price right near retirement, gradual fall off till a bit before election, price rise till a bit after induction, then gradual settling in to a mostly stable level.

There used to also be little jumps for things like someone becoming a manager, or dying, but I haven't tracked anything that closely in years.
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Man, Jeter prices are absolutely bonkers right now. PSA 8 SP rookies have almost doubled in price since November.
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