[CHARTS] Panda Population and Pricing

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  1. yennus

    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Many thanks to everyone who took part in the last SydneyStacker Meet. I hope together we can all profitably invest in Pandas.

    I really enjoyed hearing 25Grizzlies presentation. His approach to Pandas is very good and highly recommended. With his permission, I would be happy to upload it to the Panda Forum.

    These are some of the charts that I presented on the day for those who would like to view them again, or for those who couldn't attend.

    The first chart displays Panda Population and Pricing. The chart is derived from my own customized data sets (Pricepedia, Panda Buyers Guide, APMEX, personal sales, etc), but you should be able to find corroborating data fairly easily.

    ^represents NCG MS68

    A few general observations:
    a) The fewer the Pandas, the higher the price. (E.g. The BIG 3, have very small populations)
    b) Age is not as significant as the Panda population estimates. (E.g. A 1999SD Panda is currently more valued than an older but more populous 1994 Panda)
    c) Some exceptions exist. These could be undervalued bears - or - unpopular bears. (E.g. Perhaps there should be a BIG 4)

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    The next chart is the same data, but without the BIG3, so it is easier to view the details.

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    The final chart focuses on Panda years 2001 to 2011. It should be fairly evident the profitability that grading makes :)

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    *The population of 2011 Pandas is 6million
     
  2. 25Grizzlies

    25Grizzlies Member

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    These charts are great. Can you confirm the 98's have a population of 250,000? That sounds execssive
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Thanks 25Grizzlies :) You are right, it should be 53,000! :)
     
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    Phew! My recommendation wasn't looking so good at those numbers :eek:
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Thanks heaps 25Grizzlies. Hopefully it should be all fixed up now :)
     
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    I just realised, have we've forgotten to add the 00 frosted?... how does the Fantastic 5 sound? :D
     
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    yennus Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Hhaha... I think you are quite correct!

    The Fantastic 5! :)
     
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    Nice charts!
     
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    Very impressive!!
     
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    yennus as always thanks for expending your time to compile & disseminate interesting information
     

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