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I watched a really eye-opening video on Youtube last night that pretty succinctly exposed the blatant fraud behind the whole graded/sealed video game market.
Needless to say, Super Mario Bros. selling for $1.5 million dollars is all based on a whole lot of fraudulent market speculation, and it's a house of cards being propped up by an auction house and a grading company that were founded by the same people who caused the coin collecting bubble back in the 1980s.
It's all a bubble, and it's going to pop sooner or later.
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@LeeJ07 I agree those prices are astronomical! Where specifically is the fraud that you're referring to? Was there a specific incident of fraud? Rip-off report? "Bubbles" are not necessarily fraudulent any more than trends or pet rocks. I think the current price of gas the past few months is "fraudulent"