Invest in Serena Williams Today

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Today, we’re covering the investment opportunities for Serena Williams:

  • Two rookie cards IPO’ing on Otis
  • Some listings on eBay that may be good pickups


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Serena Williams Preview RC

About the Asset

This is a Serena Williams rookie card from the 2003 NetPro card set.

The NetPro series comprised several subsets, and this is the Glossy International Preview set. There were only 500 of this card produced, and very few of them survived to be sent off to PSA for grading. Of the 37 with PSA, 23 are PSA 10s.

This card has just about doubled over the last few months.

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  • Projected future growth
  • Asset class ROI, volatility and risk statistics
  • Detailed valuation with recent sales
  • Our verdict

About the drop

This asset will drop on Otis 24th May at noon EST with a market cap of $14,800. From then, there will be around four weeks lockup before trading begins on a daily basis.

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About the athlete

Serena Williams is one of the top two or three tennis players of all time (including men) and has been name the greatest female tennis player in the open era. Her 23 grand slams are second only Margaret Court (hello nominative determinism), who had 24. She has a further 19 grand slam titles from doubles and mixed competitions.

She’s consistently the highest earning female athlete in the world with $29m in 2016 and $27m in 2017.

She’s struggled a bit since returning from maternity leave in 2018 and hasn’t won a Grand Slam since then. She may be in the twilight of her career, but I wouldn’t be against her picking up a few more titles before she retires.

Recent sales history and Valuation

Inferred value between $15k and $35k.

Serena Williams Elite RC

About the asset

This is a another Serena Williams rookie card from the 2003 NetPro card set.

This is from the NetPro Elite subset, and it features her preparing to serve. The Elite subset was limited to just 100 cards each. Graded 9.5, there are no higher cards with BGS, though there are 17 PSA 10s on record.

This card has just about 10x over the last year.

If you were signed up to Insider (start a free trial), you’d also learn:

  • Projected future growth
  • Asset class ROI, volatility and risk statistics
  • Detailed valuation with recent sales
  • Our verdict

About the drop

This asset will drop on Otis 24th May at noon EST with a market cap of $18,400. From then, there will be around four weeks lockup before trading begins on a daily basis.

Add IPO to calendar

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About the athlete

As above.

Recent sales history and Valuation

Inferred value is between $10k and $20k.

Other ways to invest in Serena Williams

There are a number of Serena Williams cards you can invest in from that 2003 NetPro set. Here are a few options:

  • 2003 NetPro “The Williams Sisters” featuring both Serena and Venus (raw): $19.85 – PSA 9 version for $2,500
  • 2003 NetPro Premier series raw: $29.99
  • 2003 NetPro International Series PSA 9: $89.96
  • 2003 NetPro Elite Event Starter PSA 9: $185
  • 2003 NetPro Elite /2000 PSA 10: $17,800

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Wyatt Cavalier

Wyatt Cavalier

With a background in finance & intelligence analysis, Wyatt has an unhealthy obsession with finding the best blue chip investment opportunities. His previous newsletter, Fractional, resonated deeply with subscribers, bringing actionable insights and unconventional trading strategies. His rare book collection specializes in banned editions. He currently lives in Spain with his beautiful wife, three young boys, and dog Monty.

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