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Tad 8 point, mint cond, sale or trade

Posted 01-04-2020 at 04:55 PM by ron3

Originally Posted by Bavafongoul View Post
In general, pool cues are not generally a sound Investment.
There are always exceptions but in general, absolutely not.

The best aspect of acquiring a high end custom is price protection.
What you paid for the cue will likely not drop due to supply & demand.

The top cue-makers have limited annual production which results in backlog
of work resulting in a long waiting list of several, if not many, years. Those cues
have the best chance for appreciation but theyíre also initially expensive to
acquire. You could make a couple of grand flipping one of those cues but it will
take awhile and your money could get equivalent return somewhere else faster.

Cues arenít a good investment unless you are going to do volume & then it really
becomes more of a business activity more than an investment. Buy your cue and
pay whatever sum you want. When you do not buy the right type cue, just be
prepared to take a loss and sometimes it can be substantial or also slight. It all
depends on the cue, condition and cue-maker. Buy the right cue and you will
generally get your money back when sold. Thatís the benefit of getting a great
custom cue and with the right circumstances, you can turn a profit.

Ironically, it is when the cue-maker retires or passes along that the greatest potential
gains are realized. How sad that is for the sake of the cue-maker but the same applies
to great works of art & other artifacts. In general, cues arenít a good investment.
This is not a discussion forum.
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  1. Old Comment
    This is not a discussion forum if you are not interested in buying my cue I really donít appreciate your investment opinion. Please move on. what you guys are doing is in poor taste.
    I will not relist on this website.
    Posted 01-04-2020 at 05:05 PM by ron3 ron3 is offline

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