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For the third straight week, Collectable delivered the best average performance across the three major alternative asset platforms. Sports cards have been on a run over the last two weeks as cardboard closed with a 2.6% average last week and finished with a 3.64% average this week. Sports memorabilia finished with a 0.51% average ROI which represents a strong bounce back after a -0.28% return over the previous five days.
Modern stars set the pace this week on Collectable. The 2020 National Treasures Justin Herbert RPA led with an 85% return while the 2015 Gleyber Torres Orange Refractor climbed 60.71%. Rounding out the top three was the 2018 Michael Porter Jr. Basket which jumped 57.76%. The MPJ offering rebounded well after finishing last week with a -35.56% return. In light of recent injury news, the Zion Williamson National Treasures RPA dropped -36.8% to close as the worst-performing asset this week on Collectable. Kobe Bryant memorabilia also struggled as his 1996 Rookie Sneakers dropped -32.73% and NBA Final Jacket slipped -28.31%. In total, ten different assets gained at least 23% on Collectable while only four offerings fell more than -23%. Five assets closed with gains of more than 46% while no asset dropped more than -37%.
Golf was the best-performing sport this week with a 10.84% average return followed by boxing which bounced 9.55% higher. Soccer closed in third with a 9.16% average while hockey-related assets added 8.75%. Football and baseball closed with 3.81% and 3.66% average returns respectively. Tennis tumbled -6.47% but it was the only sport to fall more than -1% this week.
This week on Otis, performed fell slightly with a -0.75% average return although the median closed unchanged. Sports cards were the worst-performing asset class this week with a -3.15% return but the platform was led by a LeBron James rookie card which gained 29.64%. Pokémon turned in a solid week on Otis as the First Edition Blastoise card climbed 22.12% and the sector finished with a 4.1% average return. Sneakers snuck out another positive average and this now marks three consecutive weeks of positive returns for shoes on Otis. The asset class finished runner-up to cards with a 1.95% average ROI.
At the bottom this week was the Super Mario Bros. 3 which slid -37.5%. The Super Mario game has now dropped more than -50% in the last two weeks as video games overall fell -1.92% on average. Rounding out the bottom five were three sports cards and one piece of sports memorabilia which all fell at least -16%. Last week, sports cards were the best-performing asset class on Otis with a 2.04% return but this week, both cards and memorabilia finished with negative returns.
Performance dipped lower this week on Rally as the platform closed this week with a -4.02% average return and a -0.23% median. In total, 214 different assets traded this week which marks the first time more than 200 unique assets have traded in a single week on a fractional investing platform.
After investors accepted a buyout offer for the 1958 Alifabolaget Pelé card, which made it the first seven-figure soccer card, investors seemingly rolled their profits into a different Pelé that is still trading. The 1958 Quigol Pelé rookie gained 52.5% this week to lead all assets and was the only offering to gain more than 50%. Meanwhile, four different assets dropped at least -50%. Books received a boost from Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath which climbed 49.5% and the video game 1985 NES Wild Gunman moved 42.68% higher. Sports cards were the best-performing asset class this week on Rally but the sector still closed in the red with a -1.25% average return. Card games crumbled with a -15.64% ROI as the 2000 Pokémon Gym Heroes Box bounced -55.2% lower. Memorabilia moved down -11.27% while NFTs fell -6.52%. Last week, NFTs were the best performing asset class with a 6.6% average return and comic books finished in second with a 2.56% ROI. This week marked the first time since real-time trading was initiated on Rally that every asset class closed with a negative average return.
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Analyzing trade activity across the various alternative marketplaces with a combination of charts and penned analysis to help investors track trends and price movements that impact their portfolios.