I have been collecting comics, on and off, for the past 20 years. It is was only a couple of years back that I started buying and selling undervalued comics for profits. I must say the experience has been like a roller coaster rider.This is why I am sharing my experience here for those who are interested to earn something from this lovely hobby of comic collecting. Remember, I am not saying you will get rich buying and selling comics but it will be a fun experience of finding undervalued comics and profiting from their gain in prices.
My strong point is in picking undervalued silver age and bronze age comics. My earlier picks for 5 undervalued silver age comics and 10 bronze age comics have seen good appreciation in value. For 2016 comic book investing, you should check out my silver age comic picks as well as my list of undervalued comics for movies up to 2020. My recommendations are always based on current ebay prices that you can act straight away. I don't require you to have access to local comic shops or dealers to make money.
Here are my current picks:
Green Lantern #59: First appearance of Guy Gardener Why this issue: Green Lantern Corps will be the new GL movie in a couple of years, which Guy will definitely be a part of. Comparing this to the likes of Green Lantern #87, Aquaman #29 etc, current prices still affordable and have room to grow. .
Brave and the Bold #54: First appearance of Teen Titans Why this issue: The Teen Titans are rumored to have a TV show in 2015. This is the teams first appearance. To me, Teen Titans are always the DC equivalent of Marvel's X men. The only difference is the media exposure which the TV show is about to give them. This is a Silver age classic that has been undervalued for too long. A strong buy recommendation.