(06-13-2012 05:57 AM)cmumiami Wrote: We have all looked up a card, only to find it only has conditional pricing. What is more interesting, is when a card has conditional and graded prices. And to take it one step further, sometimes the conditional pricing is higher than the graded pricing, and vice versa.
I know the technical terms of conditional pricing, and graded pricing.
Can someone please shed light. I have seen the question asked before, but not a single reponse answered the true questions -
1. How are conditonal determined
2. What does it mean for the card when one is above the other and vice versa
3. What does it mean for the future outlook, or does it??