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    What's your opinion on the most effecient and effective layout for a tradelist?

    I'm new here and would like so tips on the most useful way to make a trade list. Should I list cards:
    1) alphabetically be player name, year, brand, etc?
    2) type (game used, auto, rc, etc)

    Any other suggestions?

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    I list by sport, year, type (AU, GU, AU-GU, etc.) position, and skill, in that order. You can take a look at mine to get an idea.

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    I like by sport, then type, then chronological...and I much prefer the players name listed first, makes it a lot easier to scan for people you're interested in. Here's an example of what I like:

    Football:
    Autos:
    Peyton Manning 2008 Premier
    Brett Favre 2007 Legends
    Ronnie Brown 2005 Press Pass

    GU:
    Cadillac Williams 2008 Elite

    Baseball:
    Auto:
    Albert Pujols _________

    GU:
    Robinson Cano __________

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddy_Burr View Post
    I'm new here and would like so tips on the most useful way to make a trade list. Should I list cards:
    1) alphabetically be player name, year, brand, etc?
    2) type (game used, auto, rc, etc)

    Any other suggestions?
    I'll be checking this thread often as I am searching for the same answer.

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