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Performance on Rally closed with another double-digit average return as assets gained 11.49% on average. In total, 15 assets traded this week on Rally across seven different asset classes with a 5.26% median return. Out of those 15 traded offerings, only two traded negatively while eight gained at least 5%.
Leading this week on Rally was Winston Churchill's 'The Second World War' which soared 86.67% in its session. The signed, first-edition book is now up 460% since IPO. Finishing in second on Rally this week was the 2011 Xbox Halo: Combat Evolved which added 32.35% in its first trading session. Fine wine was pushed higher by the 2014 Domaine De La Romanée-Conti Assortment which jumped 31.83%. The Pokémon Fossil Box bounced 24.39% higher while the 1987 NES Legend of Zelda gained 21.74%.
The two assets that closed their sessions in the red this week were the 1980 Muhammad Ali Sparring Gloves and the Journals of the Continental Congress. The gloves fell -30.67% while the journals dropped -20.83%. Five different assets closed their sessions unchanged while three different offerings gained 11.5% or less. Video games were the best-performing asset class that was represented by multiple offerings this week as the sector gained 27.05% on average. Books and sports cards were both represented by four different offerings and the asset classes returned 20.66% and 2.5% on average. Sports memorabilia was the only asset class to trade negatively this week as the sector slipped -15.34% across two assets.
Note: Only assets that trade for the entire week are included in data calculations and graphs. Performance is as of 11 PM ET on 11/12.
Sports memorabilia continued to soar this week on Otis as the asset class gained 12.52% after adding 15.39% last week. Performance closed positive on the week as the platform gained 3.61% across 110 traded assets. In total, 10 different asset classes were represented this week with a median return of 0%. The Dior x Air Jordan 1 Low's led on the platform with a 205.63% return as they jumped from $1.60 per share to $4.89 per share. The Dior/Jordan collaboration is now up 389% overall since IPO and sits at a $26,895 market cap. Video games were led by the Street Fighter Collection, which added 86% and comic books were represented by Tomb of Dracula #10 which added 40%. The 1973 Marvel comic is now up 236% since IPO. Setting the pace for sports memorabilia was the Kevin Durant Warriors jersey which added 37.62% and the Michael Jordan-signed AJ1's which jumped 28.57%.
Ten different assets gained at least 23% this week on Otis while only five offerings dropped -23% or more. The Gameboy Pokémon Yellow slipped -38.24% and Avengers #1 dropped -37.95% to close as the worst-performing assets. Overall, nine of the ten worst-performing assets this week on Otis were either comic books, sports cards, or video games. Comic books fell -3.18% while sports cards dipped -0.07% on average. Sneakers gained 12.4% and NFTs added 7.03%. Even with the Pokémon game struggling, video games still closed a positive week with a 3.49% average return.
Note: Only assets that traded for the entire week are included in data calculations and graphs.
Performance dropped slightly this week on Collectable but the platform still provided high flying returns across select assets. There were 125 different offerings that traded the entire week with an average return of -2.61% and a median ROI of -1%. Sports memorabilia gained 1.23% last week but closed this week with a -3.69% average return. Sports cards continued to lag as the sector dropped -1.27% last week and -2.31% this week.
The 2018 Josh Allen Gold Refractor gained 72.41% to led on Collectable this week. The platform's only Allen rookie card is now up 112% in the last 30 days and has climbed 400% since IPO. Closing behind the gold refractor were two vintage post-war baseball cards, the 1956 Topps Willie Mays and the 1960 Topps Mickey Mantle, which gained 29.33% and 16.58% respectively.
The Sidney Crosby Rookie Card Basket dropped -30.48% after climbing 38.3% over the last two weeks. Peyton Manning's 2003-04 Helmet dipped -30.48% and the Kobe Bryant Debut White #24 Jersey slid -29.76%. Overall, ten different assets fell at least -19% and six dropped -25% or more. Football and boxing were the only sports to trade positively this week, gaining 2.22% and 0.38% respectively. Soccer cards slipped -11.04% while hockey assets dropped -10.23%.
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