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    is a psa 10 rick nash young gun a solid investment

    need your thoughts or should i go with a crosby young gun psa 10 one is short printed
    and the crosby well population report there is over 250 psa 10s out there your opinions would be appreciated

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    If you're only going to get one, go with the Crosby. Over the long haul, his list of accomplishments will be so much greater and his career much more iconic.
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    Depends on the price. The Crosby may not get it's money back until after you are dead. You really have to think of that. If you want to leave a legacy, then go that route.

    Both I think will be severely overpriced. Since the Lockout, new collectors have lost touch with reality when it comes to cards prices. Everyone thinks that their cards are 5 Grand Each.

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    lol i dont think you have to wait that long to get your money back psa 10 crosby can be had for less than 500 i think 10 years from now it should be worth triple that

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    the nash boat has sailed, unless he puts up stupid good numbers in new york. His yg peaked in the weeks around his signing there and sales have been dropping since.
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    Hockey cards as an investment in general is a bad idea....but I agree with Fritz, and as someone who lives in Columbus, the Nash boat has sailed
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    Put your money into an RRSP, or Savings Bonds, or something other than cards. Cards should never ever be used as an investment. Buy an ounce of gold if you want a solid investment.
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    I would avoid PSA 10 in general. I've owned several PSA 10 YG over the years and most of them wouldn't get a BGS 9 from Beckett. PSA is horrible for modern cards IMO.

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    Will disagree here, Nash YG holds great value still under high grades

    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/2002-03-Rick-...item43b696888d

    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/2005-06-Sidne...item2ec3911058

    only a 50$ difference, and there are MANY more Crosby YGs out there than Nash

    and there are crosbys that have gone best offer for the same price

    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/2005-06-UPPER...item20cbf69bd5






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    the nash boat has sailed, unless he puts up stupid good numbers in new york. His yg peaked in the weeks around his signing there and sales have been dropping since.
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