What are the best 2020 Baseball & Sports Card to buy? Here we review some of the best 2020 Baseball & Sports Cards Investments – 2nd Edition.
2020 Baseball & Sports Cards to Buy
With the sports card market soaring the past few years, we target some of the best sports cards to invest in for 2020. These selections can’t guarantee a positive gain, but using our research and analytical tools we are very confident that these are solid picks. And are sure to bring a little more joy to your card collection.
Short Term = 1 year or less (sell)
Long Term = 5 years +
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Best Short/Medium Term Investments
There’s a lot to like in this number one NBA pick. Although Zion Williamson had his rookie year curbed by injury prior to the league being suspended, the games Zion played in he looked like the franchise player everyone expects him to be. And Zion appears to be mature beyond his year having a great pedigree in getting coached by Duke legend coach Mike Krzyzewski.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. slid back a bit last year. Vlad’s numbers didn’t illustrate the cardboard respect he’d been earning as a top MLB phenom with an iconic MLB playing father. And Jr.’s card values demonstrated this decline. I fully expect a nice rebound for Vlad Jr. His cards are a solid short to medium-term investment.
Best Long Term Card Investments
I believe with more recent accomplishments of LeBron James and Kobe Bryant there may have been many collectors out there that might’ve shaded Michael Jordan and his six NBA championships. However, with the recent ESPN docu-series release titled “Last Dance” it’s reminded us all how superhuman and fiercely competitive MJ was. It’s also illustrated the compelling story of Michael Jordan to many young collectors that didn’t get to witness the greatness of MJ. MJ transcended the NBA into pop culture and the NBA has never looked back. Michael Jordan is still the king of kings. Demand for his cards has seen an uptick since the docu-series started airing over the past several weeks. Buy.
The GOAT. Nine Super Bowl appearances. Six Super Bowl Championship Rings, the most of any player in NFL history. A record of four Super Bowl MVPs. The list goes on. There’s no denying the greatness of Tom Brady. And his cardboard follows suit.
Back in December, a Tom Brady 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket Rookie Autograph sold for $225,000. Yes, almost a quarter-million dollars. And Since last November Brady cards have experienced a sustained rise in value and demand. And why not, with the invigorated enthusiasm of a new offense and a stable of upgraded receiver talent surrounding him (including Rob Gronkowski fresh out of retirement) the future is bright. Buy. And then buy more.