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Tom Brady 600th TD ball worth pretty penny, fan made bad deal, memorabilia auction founder says
October 25, 2021
People treating sports cards as alternative investments: Memorabilia auction founder
Ken Goldin, founder of Goldin Auctions, says that ‘there are now hedge funds and mutual funds that are buying’ sports cards for alternate investments.
Tom Brady threw his 600th career touchdown pass Sunday in a game against the Chicago Bears, and the fan who received the milestone ball from Mike Evans by mistake may have made the worst trade ever.
Evans gave the ball to the fan not knowing that it was Brady’s 600th touchdown pass. A member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ organization approached the fan and appeared to make a trade with him for the very important ball. CBS’ Tracy Wolfson said the fan would get a piece of signed Brady memorabilia for the ball, but it may end up costing him a nice chunk of change in the long run.
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