Much like what is going on in other markets, comic books have become a serious tradeable asset for the alternative investor. The right key issues are true blue chips, rising substantially in the last several years and poised to break out to new heights. Predictably, the market reacts heavily to film and TV, allowing for great ROI opportunities for savvy investors.
Gary once said on an episode of Ask GaryVee, "Iron Man doesn't get hurt." The great thing about this space is not only will a comic character not get hurt, but you also don't have to worry about off-the-field issues, small market teams, bad coaching, and any character death considering that can be undone with a stroke of a writer's pen. Add in the fact that announcements are sometimes made years in advance, giving ample time to invest before a Movie or TV appearance. That all adds up to make comics an excellent diversification play for your alternative investment portfolio.
Comics culture has become a dominant force within pop culture, with the biggest films in Hollywood coming from this genre. With years worth of films already scheduled tying into comic book IP, the future looks bright for this space.
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