Coins Versus Other Collectibles
The most important factor in determining what to collect or invest in is of course, a love of the item. Equally and perhaps as important is liquidity.
Collecting is a very personal experience! True collectors are always on the hunt and cannot wait to find and purchase their next coin.
However, collecting isn't just about pride and satisfaction but ultimately value as well. Collecting can be an excellent investment, but some guidelines should be followed.
Most individuals hope that their purchases will appreciate over time, and expect one day to sell them for substantial profit. Many times, though, collections are difficult to dispose of unless you have the best of the best. CAC approval makes selling easy.
Who determines value? Auction houses, dealers and other collectors can dictate whether your items are desirable or not, based on their condition and whether the market is favorable at the time of sale. Every year, top dealers and auction houses sell hundreds of millions of dollars of coins. The "buy & sell spread" is lower on coins than most other collectibles, so shrewd dealers with healthy checking accounts are always looking for good-quality coin collections to purchase and sell for profit.
We cannot think of any collectible that is as liquid as a rare coin -- the return can be amazing! Purchasing high-quality CAC coins eliminates uncertainty, and ensures liquidity. Barring global economic upheaval, CAC coins are practically guaranteed to appreciate substantially over time.