Any collection would never be complete without a Michael Jordan card in it. Rightfully so, because his legend as the greatest ever to play the game of basketball is built on a long list of accomplishments few in the league can ever reach. In this post, we’re going to do a bit of a Michael Jordan card watch.

Jordan’s greatness extends well beyond the court and has reached the card industry. As a matter of fact, some of his cards have caused the market to grow leaps and bounds during the past year, causing a massive spike in demand and value in the process.

With modern cards on the rise, prices of MJ’s offerings in the card market are seeing some movement. We take a look down below at three of Jordan’s best cards to see how they’re doing value-wise.

Michael Jordan Card Watch

1992 Topps Stadium Club Beam Team

Back then, the Beam Team insert from Topps’ Stadium Club set caught the attention of collectors due to its catchy design, which resembles Panini’s Velocity and Laser parallel cards these days. The one featuring His Airness was no different, making it one of his best offerings in the card market.

A PSA 10 copy of this Topps insert sold at the start of March at $13,600 and went down to $6,200 two weeks after. It dropped further to $4,850 at the end of April, which equates to a big decline from its peak two months earlier.

1997 Fleer Metal Universe

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Another Michael Jordan card that enjoyed a massive increase in demand and value is his 1997 Fleer Metal Universe. The card’s outlandish design, coupled with a metal foil finish, was a hit back in the late 90s, and even more now during this recent boom in the card industry.

At the end of February, a PSA 10 graded copy of this card sold for $13,300. A month later, that price tumbled to $10,000. This month, that value has dropped further to $5,656 on eBay.

1986 Fleer

While the previous entries are awesome additions to any collection, Jordan’s 1986 Fleer rookie card still reigns as his definitive card to own. The card’s distinct look and insane reputation in the market have elevated it to an iconic level among collectors.

A PSA 10 copy of Jordan’s Fleer rookie card sold for $456,455 last March on eBay. A month later, that price went down to $375,100, only for it to bounce back to $414,544 at the end of April.

As the numbers show, the prices of Jordan’s cards in the market are falling down. This is justified because people are investing more in modern cards, thanks to the huge opportunities afforded by the NBA playoffs. This is not a cause for concern because a player of Jordan’s reputation will always have a solid foundation in the market. Card enthusiasts are better off investing in active players right now to make their capital grow.