SOVIET GOLD SELLERS COULD CREATE EBAY MONOPOLY From the analysis of eBay gold sellers we counted about 25-50 Soviet Gold items listed by 10 to 15 sellers on the entire eBay. Thatís only 50 items weekly Worldwide! To compare: For each Soviet Gold i
From the analysis of eBay gold sellers we counted about 25-50 Soviet Gold items listed by 10 to 15 sellers on the entire eBay. Thatís only 50 items weekly Worldwide! To compare: For each Soviet Gold item listed there are thousands of similar non Soviet items offered on eBay every week by thousands of sellers. Obviously there is more Soviet Gold in the world than that, but due to various reasons the amount for sale is always limited. This means these 10-15 Soviet gold sellers could create a monopoly on Soviet Gold and simultaneously raise prices to whatever they see fit. Hypothetically, if such a Soviet Gold monopoly happens on eBay it will spill into other marketplaces causing some havoc. Donít be surprised if you find a Soviet ring with a price tag of $1,000 at your local pawnshop. Prices of $1,000 and even $3,000 for rings, bracelets and other jewelry from the USSR are very much a reality for future investors and collectors, considering the low availability of this resource on the market. People who own such items will simply be able to dictate whatever prices they see fit. This can happen overnight! And in the course of one to three years we will definitely see a massive price jump. It is already happening to some extent, with simple Soviet rings selling for $400-700 US, and this is with little interest shown by the general public. It is all bound to change. When specific types of rarities start to become hot collectorís items, gain attention and thus become noticed by investors, their value quickly jumps. Examples of such events in the antiquity market are endless. One day no one is even looking at an item, then something happens Ė a prominent collector purchase it, or that item is published in a famous catalogue Ė and suddenly people are searching high and low for it. A buying frenzy drives the prices higher and higher. The question is, why wait until that happens? Investing in Soviet gold now is the smartest way to go. With gold and silver prices the way they are Soviet Jewelry is a great investment any way you put it.