Nike customers, via the US resale sneaker market, collectively earn more profits annually than Sketchers, Nike’s closest retail competitor. Josh Luber, founder of the sneaker analytics company Campless, examines this phenomenon and unveils a whole world of potential investment opportunities that extends far beyond shoes. getAbstract recommends Luber’s refreshing, offbeat talk to anyone with an interest in collectibles and alternative investments.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why the unregulated resale market for sneakers is so lucrative,
- How it resembles the illegal drug trade and the stock market, and
- How it demonstrates the potential for a “stock market of things.”
About the Speaker
Josh Luber is the founder of Campless, a firm that analyzes and issues data on the collectible sneaker resale market.
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