10 best Pokémon Go cards in the latest Pokémon TCG expansion
The Pokémon Trading Card Game has received a new Pokémon Go expansion based on the immensely popular mobile game.
Clocking in at just 88 unique cards, the Pokémon Go set is much smaller than most standard Pokémon TCG expansions, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any gems. In fact, there are a number of Pokémon Go cards that are sure to delight collectors, competitive and casual players, and fans of the mobile game.
- Lure Module
- Egg Incubator
- Alolan Raticate
- Radiant Charizard
- Mewtwo VSTAR
Take a look at the Pokémon Go TCG expansion in its official trailer
Here, we’ve collected 10 of the best Pokémon Go cards from the latest set. They were chosen mostly for their usefulness in standard-format decks, but a few were picked based on their appearance and how well they channel the themes and mechanics of the Pokémon Go mobile game.
1. Lure Module
Lure wild Pokémon to your hand
The Lure Module card will be instantly familiar to anyone who’s played Pokémon Go. Image: The Pokémon Company
In Pokémon Go, Lure Modules attract wild Pokémon to PokéStops. In the Pokémon TCG, the Lure Module behaves similarly in that it has the potential to attract Pokémon to your hand. Of course, you’re at the mercy of the luck of the draw, but there’s no denying that Lure Module is a thematically clever card.
Looking at the Pokémon TCG meta, It’s unlikely that Lure Module has much practical usage, but it’s fun nonetheless. And you never know – you may just happen upon that game-clenching Arceus VSTAR!
Spin the stop to find items
A common sight in Pokémon Go, the PokéStop card cleverly brings its digital counterpart to the TCG. Image: The Pokémon Company
Like Lure Module, PokéStop largely makes this list of the best Pokémon Go cards because of how cleverly it channels its namesake. The difference, of course, is that PokéStop finds items instead of Pokémon.
Granted, there are far better item search tools in the standard format at the moment (specifically the Inteleon engine), but PokéStop is still a fun card in casual play, especially if you’re a big fan of Pokémon Go.
3. Egg Incubator
Hatch a real winner
Egg Incubator isn’t just a cute nod to Pokémon Go – it also has a powerful effect. Image: The Pokémon Company
Unlike PokéStop and Lure Module, Egg Incubator has the potential to find its way into more competitive formats. It acts as a pseudo Quick Ball, but with a coin toss in place of the discard requirement. As a bonus, if you fail the coin toss, Egg Incubator goes back into your deck rather than your discard pile, making it findable by Shady Dealings or other item search cards.
It’s certainly plausible that we’ll see new Standard lists running Egg Incubator in place of Quick Ball at upcoming Pokémon TCG tournaments.
Why be the best when you can copy the best?
True to its appearance in the Pokémon video games, the Ditto card can copy any Basic Pokémon card in your discard pile. Image: The Pokémon Company
In a fun bit of design, Ditto is able to use the attacks of any Basic Pokémon in your discard pile. The limiting factor is that you can’t copy the attacks of Pokémon V, but that doesn’t mean Ditto isn’t without its utility.
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In particular, it will stand out in the Mad Party meta, which is dependent on having several Pokémon cards with that attack in your discard pile. Discard a bunch of Mad Party Pokémon with Ultra Ball or other discard engines, then move a Ditto to the active position for a surprise attack. As a bonus, Mad Party decks tend to be very budget-friendly as they rely primarily on common cards that aren’t particularly valuable.
A surprisingly strong single-prize attacker
Lunatone’s Moon Kinesis attack punches far above its weight for a Basic Pokémon. Image: The Pokémon Company
Today’s Pokémon TCG meta is dominated largely by Pokémon V, VMAX and VSTAR. Besides being more powerful than the average Pokémon, these cards tend to be worth multiple prizes, making them a bit riskier to play into the active spot.
For this reason, strong regular Pokémon have the potential to shake things up, which is exactly what Lunatone does. At a minimum, its Moon Kinesis attack deals 120 damage, putting many V and VSTAR Pokémon in two-attack KO range. Stack more Psychic energy on Lunatone with Fog Crystal, Energy Switch or Solrock and you’ve got a surprisingly formidable attacker for a Basic Pokémon.
Take two free prize cards for two energy
A fan-favourite of the Pokémon series, Slowbro’s latest appearance comes with a hilarious – and potentially infuriating – ability. Image: The Pokémon Company
Slowbro is mostly on this list of the best Pokémon Go cards because of how hilarious its Twilight Inspiration attack is. Imagine that you’re one prize away from winning only for your opponent to slap down a Slowbro, accelerate two energy cards onto it and take their final two prize cards. This facepalm-inducing move is sure to cause all manner of grief at local tournaments and meetups, and that alone earns Slowbro a spot on this list.
7. Alolan Raticate
Bring even the mightiest Pokémon to their knees
Alolan Raticate can quickly knock down any Pokémon to just 10 HP with its Super Fang attack. Image: The Pokémon Company
Alolan Raticate is a rather unassuming Pokémon, but this card is anything but. For three energy of any colour, Super Fang can bring your opponent’s Pokémon down to 10 HP, which in itself is pretty terrifying. If you manage to inflict the burn or poison status effects, you can all but guarantee a knockout. It’s a risky move, though, as most status attacks are at the whim of coin tosses – but the payoff is certainly worth it.
You can’t escape from the sleeping giant
Snorlax’s Block ability stops your opponent’s Pokémon from retreating, handing you control over the match. Image: The Pokémon Company
There are few things as frustrating as playing against control-heavy decks in the Pokémon TCG, and Snorlax is a perfect example of why. Imagine that you’re stalling while you power up your benched Pokémon VMAX or VSTAR, and when you finally have the proper energy reserves you’re unable to switch it into the active spot thanks to Snorlax’s Block ability. Meanwhile, your opponent just needs to wait for you to draw out in order to win.
Cards like Switch provide a much-needed out in this situation, but only until the Snorlax player drops down a Boss’s Orders and brings your escape to a sudden halt.
Swipe victory from the jaws of defeat
Charizard is one of the most iconic Pokémon cards of all time, and its colourful appearance in the Pokémon Go set is no different. Image: The Pokémon Company
The Radiant mechanic, which debuted in Astral Radiance, is full of fun potential. The Pokémon Go expansion introduces three new Radiant Pokémon in the form of the original Kanto starters. Charizard takes the cake as the best one, though, thanks to its game-closing attack Combustion Blast. It’s a move that gets more powerful as the game goes on, and has the potential to bring you back from the precipice of defeat.
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It’s arguable that Radiant Charizard isn’t quite the powerhouse Radiant Greninja is, but there’s no denying the threat it represents, especially in longer matches.
10. Mewtwo VSTAR
It’s the flagship Pokémon for a reason
The legendary Pokémon becomes a legendary Pokémon Go card thanks to its whopping damage output. Image: The Pokémon Company
As the flagship Pokémon in the Pokémon Go TCG expansion, it’s not too surprising to see Mewtwo VSTAR top many best-of lists. Doing a maximum of 270 damage with Psy Purge, Mewtwo is a certifiable threat to many V and VSTAR Pokémon, particularly if you equip it with a Choice Belt or slap down a Galarian Zigzagoon before attacking. The downside is that you’re forced to discard Psychic energy following the attack. The loophole, though, is that you don’t need to discard that energy from Mewtwo, so utilising something like the Solrock/Lunatone Energy acceleration engine makes this a safe bet.
That VSTAR Power isn’t anything to scoff at, either. Star Raid does 120 to each of your opponent’s Pokémon V, which can be absolutely devastating to a full bench. The move has the potential to close out a match too if you can manage to take out more than one two- or three-prize Pokémon with Star Raid.
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Below are images for all cards we’ve seen so far that are part of our summer mini set, Pokémon GO. For more information about the set, including translations of cards that appear in Japanese below, be sure to check out Pokémon GO – What We Know So Far.
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Best Pokemon cards for Pokemon GO
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Update 03/29/2017: PokeHuntr Pokemon working map added. The rest of the maps closed earlier after letters from Niantic and the Pokemon Company
Since the release of the game, trainers around the world have been in constant search of the best Pokemon map for the game Pokemon GO. The problem is that Pokémon trackers often malfunction or close altogether. This is due to the fact that the developer of Pokemon GO, Ninatic, is constantly fighting against cheaters and the use of third-party applications during the game. However, there is currently no official adequate Pokemon map.
If you are tired of looking for a working Pokemon map online, then this article will help you. We have analyzed all available Pokemon trackers and selected the best solutions. At the time of writing, all Pokemon cards are working and cover the whole world, including Moscow and St. Petersburg. You can download the Pokemon map or use it online – the article will present several options.
Pokemon GO map that works – PokeHuntr
Pokehuntr is a Pokemon tracker that allows you to scan a given area of the map and shows the Pokemon found and their IVs. This Pokemon card is extremely easy to use, but it also has some minor drawbacks.
So, the key features of Pokehuntr:
- the web version of the application can show Pokemon anywhere in the world
- each pokemon displays its IV, spawn time
- Pokehuntr shows all current results on the map – no matter if you or another person scanned a certain area of the map or not, pokemon will be displayed on the map until the spawn time expires. Therefore, in popular places on the planet, this application can be considered as a replacement for Sightins and Nearby.
- 100% accuracy of the Pokemon card
- consumes a small amount of mobile traffic
- does not require any credentials to operate
The application also has some disadvantages:
- long scan, sometimes it doesn’t scan at all. Might be a problem if you don’t live in San Francisco 🙂
- can only do one scan per 90 seconds. Scan failed? Wait another 90 seconds until the next)
- No versions for Android and iOS. However, this is not such a minus – the web version looks quite good on any device.
Pokehuntr can be seen as an alternative to the closed FastPokeMap. And although FPM scanned faster, Pokehuntr is still quite functional.
Pokehuntr is developed by the same guys as GymHuntr. GymHuntr shows the Gyms on the map and also displays their status (including the Pokémon that protect the Gym). We will write about this tool later.
Thus, if you are experiencing errors in Pokemon GO (for example, with a game scanner), it is quite possible to consider the Pokehuntr Pokemon map as a temporary replacement for the game tracker.
The best Pokemon map PokeMesh
Update: Pokemesh closed
We already wrote about the wonderful Pokemesh application. At the moment, this is the most convenient and functional Pokemon GO map. Unfortunately, it’s only available on Android and as a web version, and it works a thousand times better on Android.
Pokemesh has versions:
- Web version
Pokemesh core functionality (Android app only):
- Scan a given location, filter and track specific Pokemon.
- Convenient notifications with flexible settings
- Display IV of each Pokemon found
- Overlay mode for use in Pokemon GO
- Displaying Gyms and PokeStops on the map (as well as Gym Defenders and their CP)
- Using multiple accounts for faster scanning
If you have an Android device, it’s definitely worth downloading the PokeMesh Pokemon map. Works fast, scans accurately, has several unique features.
Download Pokemesh Pokemon Map
FastPokeMap Online Pokemon Map
Update: FastPokeMap is closed permanently
If you need an online Pokemon map, FastPokeMap is the best solution. FastPokeMap scans quickly, accurately, and there is Pokemon filtering – what else do you need? Many trackers used the API of this service until FastPokeMap blocked it for third-party applications. Meanwhile, the tracker itself after this decision began to work even faster.
Basic functionality of FastPokeMap:
- only web version is present
- online scanning, pokemon filtering
- no need to use a personal account
Search FastPokeMap for Pokémon
Pokemon Map for Android and iOS – PokeAlert
Update: PokeAlrt has closed
We previously wrote a detailed article about using the PokeAlert Pokemon Map. Pokealert is basically similar to PokeMesh, but it doesn’t display PokeStops or Gyms. However, this program pleases me with incredibly fast scanning (when using multi-accounts), support for background scanning and an extremely simple choice of scanning radius. For all the time of use, the PokeAlert Pokemon card has never failed. The iOS version has a more modest feature set than the Android version.
PokeAlert has versions:
Pokemesh core functionality (Android app only):
- Quick scan
- Support for multi-accounts with the possibility of batch uploading to the program
- Convenient background scanning
- Filter and notification system
- Convenient selection of the scanning radius
If you don’t like PokeMesh for some reason, try Pokealert. Maybe this Pokemon card will be to your taste.
Download Pokemon Map PokeAlert
Pokemon Map for Computer
There is a wonderful script that allows you to see Pokemon, Gyms and PokéStops in a given location in the world using your Windows or Mac OS computer. Now I will tell you how to download this Pokemon map to your computer.
- Download PokemonGo-DesktopMap from the official website. PokemonGoMap-Win.exe file for Windows, PokemonGoMap-OSX. zip file for Mac OS
2. Get a Google API key. Follow the link, select “Credentials – Create Credentials – API Key”. Copy the key from the “Your API Key” box.
3. Run the downloaded Pokemon GO Live Map
4. Select “Add new account” and enter your PTC or Google account (multiple accounts can be entered for faster scanning). Do not enter your main account details – register a new one! In the “Google Maps Key” field, copy the previously obtained API. In the “Address” field, you can enter the name of your locality and click “Locate” (or you can determine the location after starting the program). In the “Scanning options” line, you can set the scanning radius (the larger the radius, the slower the map updates. I leave it by default).
5.Click “Start server”. The program will launch and start scanning.
After starting, in the “Options” section, you can set the settings for the map display, location, map style and alerts.
All in all, PokemonGoMap is an incredibly interesting and stable Pokemon map. After spending a few minutes setting it up, you get a great solution that will show gyms, poke-stops and pokemon in Moscow, St. Petersburg – and anywhere in the world!
So today we talked about the best working Pokemon cards for Pokemon GO. We looked at both online Pokemon cards and apps for Android and iOS. Offer your Pokemon cards in the comments if they have more interesting functionality than those presented above, and just tell us what trackers and services you use.
How to find out how much a Pokémon card is worth
They happen every day Thousands of dollars worth of Pokémon cards are sold on the eBay platform. Many people decide to turn their parent’s home upside down in the hope of finding some valuable letter in their desk drawer from that wonderful time when we kids played Pokémon with a smile from ear to ear and not thinking about the future of the market. pocket monsters. However… Which cards cost money? How can I distinguish a valuable card from another that is not? This is what we will try to explain in the following lines.
- 1 Why are some Pokémon cards more valuable than others?
- 1.1 rarity
- 1.2 Holographic cards
- 1.3 Other valuable letters and publications
- 2 How do I know if I have a fake letter?
- 2.1 Borders
- 2.2 Dorso
- 2.3 Sparse fonts
- 2.4 Spelling errors
- 2.5 Color
- 2.6 power symbol
- 2.6.1 seller and price
- 2.7 Pro tip: check your charts in online database
- 3 Steps to find out how much a pokemon card is worth letter done?
- 3.2 Step 2: Open the set
- 3.3 Step 3: Determine your letter
- 5. 1 starter Pokemon
- 5.2 Starter Pokémon – Third Evolution
- 5.2.1 Blastoise
- 5.2.2 Venusaur
- 5.2.3 Charizard
- 5.3 Legend pokemon and other cards
Why are some Pokémon cards more valuable than others?
Not all Pokémon cards have value on their own. The rarest are the most valuable. There are three attributes the main reasons why a card can reach a high value.
Original image belongs to cardmavrin.com
The rarer the card, the higher its potential value in the shop. The most common cards are mass-produced, and the rarest cards are very limited editions of . There are envelopes in which you are guaranteed to receive good cards. Of course, at a much higher price. And the cards you get in those 9 packs0011 they will only be of high value in the long run .
La the rarity scale in the Pokemon TCG is printed on each unit, on the bottom of the card and measured as follows:
- Common Rarity (Common Rarity) – Black Circle
- Uncommon Rarity (Uncommon Rarity) – Black Diamond
- rarity rare (Rare rarity) – Black Star
- Advertising letters (Promo Rarity) – The word “Promo” + Black Star.
However, this “rarity” will only reach its true market power some time after the letter is no longer published. A rare or promo card currently being distributed is relatively easy to find. However, over time, the few units that have survived in good condition will achieve very high rates. This phenomenon is especially noticeable on the first cards released to the market in 90s which also have good specs as we usually see them selling at exorbitant prices.
There are regular cards and holographic cards. holographic cards have glossy finish and come in two types:
- Reverse Holo : you will always find one of these cards in every envelope. The whole map will be shiny, except for Pokémon.
- Rare hologram : Seal is identical to normal, but Pokémon will be printed brightly. These cards are hard to find and cost a lot more than regular cards or Reverse Holo .
There are special kits that are much more expensive but guarantee more holographic cards.
Other valuable letters and publications
- Ultra Rare : They have printed Pokémon that are the hardest to catch and hard to get. You’ll have to buy dozens of envelopes to get one of these cards, which can be full or half printed. These cards are currently available in the EX/GX/V series.
- Full Art : This is a variant of the EX/GX series where the Pokémon image completely fills the map. The text becomes difficult to read, but the units are valuable for their rarity.
- Secret Rare : All cards have a number on the bottom. Secret Rare Items exceed this number and have a different appearance, such as containing Shiny Pokémon. This category also includes Rare cards “Rainbow”, one of the most recent cards added to the collection.
How do I know if I have a fake letter?
Good question. fakes of They are quite common in the world of Pokemon cards. In fact, there are fakes not only today, but also many years ago. Some fakes are very well made and can slip through if you’re not careful. Here are the most important details to check before buying or selling a card:
Let’s start with what no one is looking at. The edge of the original postcard is smooth and pleasant to the touch. If you ever participate in a sale, start here. With just a subtle flick of your finger, you can already get a lot of information. If a playing card seems rough, like a lottery coupon, it becomes suspicious. Original cards usually take very good care of their quality. The edge of the original disc must be soft .
Image: Card Bazaar
If this is a fake, then most likely they worked on drawing the Pokémon, and put less effort on drawing. rear . Authentic cards have highly detailed swirls and varying shades of navy blue and light blue. In contrast, fake maps often only have a hint of blue, and cyclone details are often a bit fuzzy, lacking in detail. Instead of focusing too much on the front, spend more time looking at the back. Checking this is pretty easy as you can use any original card you have for comparison. If you compare this with a letter from the same period, so much the better. Thus, you will have a more approximate model for analysis.
To fake something, you need to have access to the original fonts, and this is not always possible. Whenever you’re going to check if it’s real or fake, double check the source. If you’re looking at a rare card and don’t have the original to compare, search the web for images of letters encapsulated by auction houses. They usually contain a lot of detail and you will be able to check if the font used is real or imitation. In some cases, the fake emails use very similar fonts but lack the fine details that may be enough to spot the scam in time.
There are a few instances of misspelled original letters, but they are very specific and well documented. Read the contents of the letter carefully. No matter how well it is made, if there is a typo in it, you start to think that you have a fake.
Image: Card Market
If you’ve ever done graphic design or printed a poster, you’ll know what we mean. It is difficult to get the same color on the screen through the printer. Fine-tuning print color takes time, a lot of effort, and a lot of trial and error. Obviously, card counterfeiters don’t have all of these resources, so it’s easy to get a fake this way.
If you notice that one card is more saturated than the other, or that it doesn’t have a very accurate color, start to get suspicious. It’s often difficult to find a fake using this method if you’ve never seen the original card you’re dealing with, but it’s good to know this trick as well.
symbol of power
In the upper right corner of each Pokémon card, there is usually a symbol that indicates the type of this Pokémon. The trick to quickly determining if a card is real or fake is to know the shape of each of these symbols. Obviously, the fakes try to reproduce the shape as much as possible, but none of them are as accurate and detailed as the original map. If you have good eyesight, you won’t need to touch the card to know if it’s real or if they’re trying to steal it just by looking at this tiny symbol. Another tip for this item is to take one card of each type with you before buying a new card for your collection. This will help you compare the symbol in case of doubt.
seller and price
Although this is not an attribute of the card itself, you may start to suspect something if you come across falsificación Analysis of the context of the sale. If you are being sold a letter well below its market value, it is in good condition, and the seller pretends not to know the product he is holding very well, do not lose vigilance. This is usually a fairly typical gimmick for fakes. If Logan Paul, with a great team at his side, falls for one of these scams, anyone can bite.
Pro tip : check your charts in the online database
Page Official website of the Pokemon TCG Has a database with which you can check any letter in record time. His work is quite simple. Just fill in the data in the search engine and you will see the prints of each unit produced.
Through this site you will be able to find out what original letter What are you looking for. If at any moment you think you might be facing a fake, the best thing you can do is to unlock your smartphone and go straight to this site. This will help you make a quick check in case of doubt.
The only drawback of this website is that it does not have a Spanish version. You can easily check the letter, design, text of each movement… but only in English. However, although there is no official version of this database in our language, it seems useful and its existence is welcome as there are other collectibles like Funko Pop that do not have an official database, so piracy is rampant. due to the fact that the originality of the product cannot be quickly verified.
Link: Official Pokémon Trading Card Database
Steps to find out how much a Pokémon card costs
Step 1: When was the letter made?
the last line of the stamp on the front of the letter you can see Production date of product. This data is one of the most important when it comes to distinguishing valuable products from other more common ones that cost next to nothing.
Step 2: Open the
set If your letter does not have the logo on the right side, is considered a base card. Let’s just say it’s business as usual. The rest of the cards usually have indicator . If your card has a logo, all you have to do is figure out which series the symbol belongs to.
Step 3: Define your letter
Once you have the two previous data, you already have all the data you need to check how much money they are exchanged for in the secondary market. go to eBay and enter the name of the pokemon next to the data you got in steps 1 and 2.
There you will see the number of units what is for sale, are there any bids for the product and the approximate average price of for which you end up an exchange is made.
Other Ways to Find Prices for Pokémon Cards
There is a leading website in the card collection sector called Price Chart. This is a pretty simple website that keeps track of all kinds of card collections and also keeps track of video game and comic book prices.
Price Charting is a very simple website. In the “Collectible Card” section, you have a “Pokemon Card” category. There the web establishes a division into Collection . You won’t find map images, so you’ll first need to know the collections you want to check out.
The most interesting thing about this site is the graphics. This one wears follow the latest prices of which have been priced at international auction sites . A very nice point about the graph is that it shows the average next to moving average this marks the price the cards should have. This is quite useful as the yellow line clearly indicates the price the cards would have had if there had been no speculation.
Price chart: Pokémon TCG
How much do first generation cards cost?
Of all possible card collections 1st edition basic set – gold consumer goods años 90 They are one of the most coveted. They can bring in a lot of money, but only if they are well taken care of. If you played cards as a child, you can really ask for very little money for them. The most valuable operations are performed cards in the status of 9/10 and 10/10 on the PSA scale.
The trio of Pokémon that Professor Oak offered at the beginning of Red’s adventure, along with Pikachu, in Ash’s case, is one of the most valuable in this set. Bulbasaur 1st edition trades between 450 and 3.200 dollars . The Charmander , much more expensive but something more conventional, ranges between the S 330 and the $1,200 . Squirtle is trading at exactly the same prices as its fiery partner and card Pikachu Red Cheeks (Red Cheeks Pikachu) can reach USD 3.300 . Edition Pikachu Yellow Cheeks has lower prices 350 and 1. 500 dollars .
Starter Pokémon Third Evolution
If you happen to get the fantastic Blastoise Holo 1st Edition you can get rid of it over US Dollar 4.000 9 0012 . The record for the 10/10 MINT card belongs to the sale for $31.334.
Has anyone chosen Bulbasaur? Oh really? In the case of Pokémon cards, you didn’t choose them, but they touched you. The Venusaur is the least valuable of this trident, although its price is also not small. Depending on your condition, the Holo 1st Edition sells for between $4.000 and $20.000.
Holo version in 9/10 condition can be easily sold for USD 30.000 . However, if you have a version with print error in balance and status 10/10 , you’ve won the lottery since your letter is worth $,400,000, according to Pokémon TCG pricing organizations. This is the famous letter, which is Rubius, by the way.
Legendary and other cards
- not even almighty Mewtwo exceeds the cost of Charizard. Clone Mew OK $2,300 to $13,000 in 1st Edition Holo.
- Chansey , a rare Pokémon in the original games, was also rarely seen on the maps. Holo 10/10 block can reach up to USD 27.000 .
- In addition, third evolution of as Machamp can reach USD 7.500 in the secondary market.
Where can I buy and sell Pokémon cards?
Once you have all this information, you can buy or sell cards. Here are the best places on the Internet to make deals:
- Facebook Marketplace
- Troll and Toad
- Card Market
- KKI player
- Pawn shops
- Card cave
- CCG Lock
- Dave and Adam
- Cape Fear Games
Pokemon TCG: speculation or investment?
0012 as an investment. While some are doing better than others (yes, Logan Paul, he’s coming for you), TCG Pokémon gets a few doses of free publicity.
However, this is not the first time such a perfect speculative market has collapsed like a house of cards – pardon the redundancy – so if you want to invest in this business, do so only with money you are prepared to lose . Nothing and no one is going to guarantee that the prices we’ve been seeing in the market lately will hold up. In fact, it would make no sense for this market to maintain such high prices for many years.
Si you are on the opposite side and you are thinking of selling, be careful . Always use a platform that protects you as a seller. If the product you are about to offer is of great value, try putting yourself in the hands of a professional. This will cost you a fee, but you guarantee that the transaction will go through safely and without the risk of losing both the email and the money.