I believe the history points are from loading money in your account? Maybe you can get them from selling, too? Anyway you aren't missing that much by not having them; while it will tell you how many have sold, and how many have sold by quarter, for the price it just says "up to $X". That's fine if the card is as hot as it's ever been, but on stuff that has dropped in price from an earlier high it tells you nothing about what it's actually going for now. For example, I checked a 2012 Bowman Chrome Draft Addison Russell Refractor auto and it says 9 have sold up to $140.61. Nothing about how much the most recent one sold at, which would be for a fraction of that amount.COMC offers limited info for most users on past sales. You can look at the bar chart on the left of the screen to see volume sold broken down by quarter. But for actual prices you need to acquire some sort of "history points" that you can buy or earn through selling or something.
Thanks! We're a little behind this year but it's in the queue. Once published, a link will be posted here as usual. As for the other question, it appears other members have provided thorough answers. Thanks, all.Good tutorial, Patrick. Is there a way to check recent sales on COMC? I'm familiar with the "sold out" filter, but that only shows items no longer available.
Switching gears, hopefully you're putting together a "quarantine edition" of your Top 10 pickups of 2020. Those are fun to see!