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PFA Comic Book Investing Guidelines
Here are some guildlines to maximize the return on your comic book dollar.
Consult With Experts: Learn about comic books and storylines from comic book readers and experts. Study Potential Investments: Understand why your investment is valuable to collectors, and you will maximize potential profits. Seriously, You Need to Study Comics: If you don't fully understand why the comic and its history are valuable to collectors, you'll lose money or get ripped off. Scarcity and Rarity: Rarity is what makes something valuable. Unappreciated Gems: Learn comic book history and current history and find comics that the crowd won't appreciate until too late. Study Recent Comic Book Past: You should look for affordable investment gems published within the last 40 years. Why Are You Investing in This Comic? Use research to determine why your investment choice will increase in value. (Yes, you must strategize before investing). Stay Abreast of Comic Book Media News: Learn comic book history and strategize which comics based on upcoming films and shows will surge in value. Long-Term or Short-Term? Decide if you are a short-term speculator or long-term investor. Adjust your strategies accordingly. Develop a Budget: Strategizing an investment's future value is more important than spending too much for it today.