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Hi, Christine. That is pretty neat. I didn’t think I was close to anyone else from the podcast. I’m in the Santa Ynez Valley. Hi, neighbor.👋
Thanks for the coffee info, Jay. As for comics, I have, regrettably, bought and sold some valuable ones over the years but my changing priorities have never allowed me to keep a collection so I mainly read them digitally now. However, I got side-tracked about a year ago and put down $450 on 1,600 comics ($.28 a book) and about 30 turned out to be really, really nice ($50-$250 each). But right now I’m just sitting on them. I estimate that I might make a $2,000 profit when I eventually sell them on eBay. I’ll keep you posted.
By the way, I used to be a neighbor of your area of the country, Jay. I’m originally from Balmer (Baltimore), Maryland! 🙂04/17/2020 at 2:33 am in reply to: Scavenger Life Episode 458: Help A Fellow Small Business #76334
My eBay Sales (No Store) Week April 5-11, 2020
Total Items in Store: 26
Items Sold: 2
Gross Sales: $39.65
Cost of Items Sold: $0
Highest Price Sold: $21.64 (XBox One Game)
Average Price Sold: $19.83
Money Spent on New Inventory This Week: $0
Number Of Items Listed This Week: 7
My wife and I plan on purchasing at least one pound of coffee from your partners this week. If my wife likes the coffee, we may be able to do a subscription. 🙂
- This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by old_man_marty.
Oh, thanks. I played a minor role but it was fun. Movies were my life’s ambition since I was 13 but now I seek more manageable goals.
My 14 year old son was just talking about selling Football cards but Baseball cards sound fun, also. And the cars, too. Star Wars trading cards and toys are my next favorite collectables next to comics.
Thanks for the welcome.
Marty02/27/2019 at 6:46 pm in reply to: Scavenger Life Episode 400: Tax Season Advice for Newbies from Strangers On The Internet #57812
Hi, Troy, it’s Marty from Santa Barbara, CA. I am definitely interested in the spreadsheet conversation. Forecasting, sales records, anything. I created a forecasting one from an Excel file I downloaded from the internet and then modified in Apple Numbers – but it is clunky.
Congrats, Jay and Ryanne on #400. You two rock!!!