Tom Brady 2000 NFL Debut Full Ticket PSA 7

Welcome to Sports Memorabilia Insider for Feb 2nd, 2022 – FREE edition.

Each week we give you the scoop on undervalued, mispriced and hidden gems in Alternative Investing.

Sports Memorabilia in 2022

The sports memorabilia index remained flat for the third week in a row. Like we said last week, this consolidation will be interesting to monitor to see if it breaks out higher or lower.

So far, the index is down 4% for 2022 YTD.

All stats come from assets trading on secondary markets at Otis, Collectable, and Rally

Last Week

Fractional secondary markets

Basketball memorabilia rebounded from a 1.6% loss two weeks ago to post a 1.2% gain.

The Chris Bosh Collectable sneakers continue to be one of the more volatile memorabilia assets, perhaps due to their small market cap, as they rebounded 41.2% for the week. The Jordan rookie signed jersey on Collectable gained 12% which could have been a result of a strong sale for the Jordan jersey in the MINT25 auction.

The 1951 Joe DiMaggio Jersey opened for live trading on Rally and promptly dropped 68% as some shareholders took advantage of the first-time liquidity option.

Overall, Baseball memorabilia dropped by 0.4% to hold the sports memorabilia category to a 0.4% gain.

All stats come from assets trading on the secondary markets at Otis, Collectable, and Rally

Buyouts

Shareholders of the Manning, Favre, Marino Game Used Jersey Basket on Collectable rejected a $55,000 buyout offer ($52,800 net) with 64% voting against it.

Auctions

Someone got a deal on six of Ruth’s signatures

This Week and Next

Fractional Market IPOs

Two memorabilia IPOs this week, both from Collectable, and one early access IPO opening to full access.

Luka Doncic 2019 Game-Worn Signed Sneakers

  • Market Cap: $82,000
  • Retained Equity: $15,500
  • Inferred Value: $52,000
  • Drop: 2/1/2022 on Collectable
  • Our Opinion: [INSIDERS ONLY]
The straw that stirred the drink

Reggie Jackson 1969 Oakland A’s Road Jersey

  • Market Cap: $157,750
  • Retained Equity: $0
  • Inferred Value: $50,000
  • Drop: 2/2/2022 on Collectable
  • Our Opinion: [INSIDERS ONLY]

Tom Brady 2000 NFL Debut Full Ticket PSA 7

Fractional Secondary Markets

Rally debuts two memorabilia assets for live trading, all of which are trading slightly above inferred values.

Note: Market cap data correct as of 2/2

Jesse Owens 1936 Olympic Gold Medal Tickets (4) PSA AUTH

  • Platform: Rally
  • Market Cap: $25,625
  • Inferred Value: $15,000
  • Our Opinion: [INSIDERS ONLY]

1985 Julius “Dr. J” Erving Game-Worn Jersey (Signed)

  • Platform: Rally
  • Market Cap: $35,000
  • Inferred Value: $26,000
  • Our Opinion: [INSIDERS ONLY]

The Dr is in!

Auctions

The Goldin Winter Elite Auction enters its final week.

Several debut tickets from various G.O.A.T.s are featured with Mickey Mantle, Tom Brady, Kobe Bryant, Lionel Messi, and Mike Trout all represented.

The Brady ticket should be a good comp for the Collectable offering as it is the same grade (PSA 7) and also is signed.

Will this man be catching a SuperBowl touchdown in two weeks?

A Cooper Kupp Game Used Photo Matched 2021 Jersey and Gloves is an intriguing bet on the upcoming SuperBowl – the current bid is $11,000.

Items with impact on fractional offerings include a 1997 Jordan uniform, a 1996 Jordan jersey, and a 1971 Roberto Clemente World Series bat.

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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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