Collectable

Collectable

4.4

(13 Reviews)

Sports Cards

Collectable

Collectable

Join other fans, collectors and investors in owning iconic sports collectibles. Buy & sell equity shares of ultra-rare, iconic assets, which has historically outperformed the S&P 500 by +604% since 2008.

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Asset Class Return30d

#9 Rank

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Collectable Review

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Liz Aldrich94 days ago

Put all that sports knowledge to good use by trading shares in some of the world's most valuable sports cards.

Anybody who signs up with code ‘MONEYMADE’ will get a free $10 share on Collectable.

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Overview

Collectable is the #1 fractional investing platform for sports. Thanks to the Collectable app, ALL fans of all income brackets can experience the pride of ownership in history’s rarest and most important collectibles.

 

Collectable is an online investment platform and community for sports fans who want to invest in sports memorabilia and own a piece of sports history. From a Babe Ruth Rookie Card to a premium trading card featuring autographs and jersey patches from Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and LeBron James, you can purchase fractional shares of some of the most prized—and valuable—collectibles in sports history.

 

Collectable has produced 26 exits with an average return-above-IPO-price of 62% since inception.

Things to Know

  • You make money on

    Value

  • Fees

    1.5%

  • Min Investment

    $1

  • Payout frequency

    Asset sold

  • Term of investment

    60+ months

  • Target Return

    Varied

  • Liquidity

    Easy

  • Open to

    All Investors

  • Mobile Application

    iOS, Android

Top Perks

  • Outperformed the S&P 500 by +604% since since 2008

  • Own shares of iconic sports cards & memorabilia

  • Easy access to IPOs and Early Access on new to market assets

How you make money

Once an asset is fully funded, and if you bought shares in that asset, you now own an equity stake in that specific asset.  If the value of this asset rises, so should the value of your shares. If collectable receives an offer to buy the asset, Collectable considers several factors, including a survey of the current shareholders of the series.  Shareholder sentiment is weighed proportionally to their ownership position, and this sentiment survey is one factor the Manager considers in reaching a decision to sell the asset. If the asset sells, you will receive the value of your shares at the time of sale.  Funds will be transferred into your wallet once the sale has been finalized.  Collectable partners with Templum Markets, LLC to provide a secondary market for their offerings. This allows you to sell shares to other new and existing investors. There is an initial 30-day lock-up period once you purchase a share of an asset. This means users will not have access to the money they invested for 30 days.

How Collectable makes money

Collectable receives a sourcing fee of about 0 to 10% on any offering that is successfully funded and completed. In order to properly align their interests with that of shareholders, Collectable's sourcing fees are a combination of cash and equity within the offering. All fees are fully incorporated into the listed offering price listed and fully disclosed in the offering circular. There is also a broker fee when owners vote to sell the asset. On the secondary market, users are charged a 1% market trading fee per transaction by the broker-dealer.

Is it safe?

All investments carry risks and those on Collectable are no different, so it's important that you understand these risks. The value of your investment can fluctuate—in both directions—and there’s no guarantee that there will be a buyer for your desired sell price if and when you want to sell. Furthermore, memorabilia and collectibles are real assets, and while that is certainly part of their appeal, investing in these assets brings risks. The Offering Circular (“OC”), or the Private Placement Memorandum (“PPM”), details risk factors and is available for your review in the “Legal” section of the asset page for each asset.

 

Every offering is fully qualified by the Securities & Exchange Commission and conducted via their Broker-Dealer partner for your security. Ensuring the safety, security, and protection security of offerings is of utmost importance to Collectable. All assets are fully insured and stored in best-of-class bank caliber vaults with state-of-the-art security monitoring and rigorous access control.

  • Established

    2020

  • Country Available

    US Only

  • Assets Managed

    $50M

How You’re Taxed

Capital Gains

Capital Gains

Income Tax

Income Tax

If you are investing on a sports card investment platform like Collectable, where you own a fraction of or a % of a card:

  1. Sale of card: If the card is sold, you receive the equivalent of a dividend. Your profits are then taxed as income.
  2. Secondary market: If you trade your shares on the secondary market, your profits are taxed as capital gains.

For those of you selling a sports card you purchased, card investments are classified as 'collectibles.' Gains on cards held for one year or less are taxed as ordinary income—the same tax treatment as short-term capital gains (STCGs). Gains on cards held more than one year are taxed as ordinary income, except the maximum tax rate is 28%

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Reviews (13)
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Sam C

Only the rarest sports collectibles are traded here. Goldmine!

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Codebrown

All in

Collectable offers an array of assets that pique interest for sports nuts, and collectors. Platform is easy to use and is constantly improving. Excited to see what’s to come

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