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 picks for 5 undervalued silver age comics and 10 bronze age comics have seen good appreciation in value. 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.