The 2018 sports card market is a $2.7 trillion market, according to data compiled by data aggregator, CardMapper.
The market is expected to reach $3 trillion by 2021, according the firm.
That would represent a 46% increase from the previous year, according Topps.
The majority of the card market growth is concentrated in the sports card space, with the largest growth coming in the baseball and basketball markets.
CardMapping says that baseball has seen the biggest growth, with baseball card growth growing 38% year over year.
In terms of basketball, it is expected that the popularity of the NBA has seen a 40% year-over-year increase in card popularity.
It is expected baseball will be the largest market for the card, with basketball and basketball cards both seeing strong growth.
The card market was also a big seller during the holiday season, with some retailers like Macy’s, Target, Amazon, and Best Buy posting significant card sales.
However, these retailers were unable to match the card demand during the holidays.
Card prices have remained flat or even declined, according CardMappers figures, with prices at Walmart, Target and Home Depot all declining, but prices at the Best Buy and Walmart locations have risen.
The cards have also not had a great season.
Card sales were down in the NFL, NBA and MLB this year, but those are usually when card players are performing well.
The NFL is expected at the top of the list for the most popular card markets, with more than a quarter of all card sales going to the league.
The other four major sports leagues saw a large drop in sales this year.
The NHL saw sales drop from an average of $5.6 billion per year to $4.9 billion, according data from The SportsCardRatings.com.
The MLB had the second-highest revenue, at $4 billion per season.
The NBA had the third-highest sales at $3.4 billion.
The baseball league had the fourth-highest in terms of revenue, with $2 billion in sales.
The basketball market, with sales at an average price of $1.5 billion, was the fifth-highest.
The biggest declines in sales are expected in the NBA, where the league’s sales dropped nearly 13% year to year.
That is expected due to the shortened season and a shortened season, which is why the league saw its revenues fall 12% year and 23% year.
While the league has had a strong season, there is a big question mark over the long-term.
There is no doubt that the league is facing a lot of financial challenges, especially in the face of the NFL and MLB’s popularity.
The league is in a financial crisis, which has seen many players retire, as well as players go through the hardship of having to make ends meet.
This has resulted in players not being able to make the league, which in turn has led to a lack of interest in the league in general.
The decline in attendance has also made it difficult for the league to generate revenue, which will result in lower revenue and lower ratings.
The sports card industry is also struggling with the increased competition from streaming services, which means that card sales are down.
The revenue generated from cards has also fallen significantly, with CardMeter reporting that the average card price fell 16% year for year.
However that may be partially offset by the rise in the popularity and the ability of players to earn more from their cards.
The 2018 card market may not be able to continue its growth, but it is certainly not dead yet.
Card buyers have seen a steady stream of card sales throughout 2018, and it is looking like the sport card market will continue to expand and grow.
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