Nick McDonald Autograph

The most expensive item with a signature of Nick McDonald (JACK RUBY Fingerprint Card Autograph Signed by Nick McDonald+JFK+Lee Oswald+PSA) was sold on eBay in November 2013 for $195.00 while the cheapest item (NICK McDONALD (d. '05) autographed 4x6 index card!) found a new owner for $0.99 in February 2008. The month with the most items sold (18) was November 2013 with an average selling price of $25.00 for an autographed item of Nick McDonald. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2013 with $119.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $3.76 was November 2010. In average, an autographed item from Nick McDonald is worth $19.99.

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Current items with a signature of Nick McDonald

These are the most current items with a signature of Nick McDonald that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
Autographed Nick McDonald Photo - 3x5 Lee Harvey Oswald JFK Beckett BAS - Beckett Authentication$154.99
M NICK McDONALD hand signed autographed 8x10 photo photograph COLLECTION LOT TLS$229.50
M. Nick McDonald Captor of Lee Harvey Oswald Autographed 8x10 Photo COA JFK$150.00
M. Nick McDonald,Captured Lee Harvey Oswald, Signed Card, COA, 11/22/1963$99.99
Maurice Nick Mcdonald Signed Check PSA/DNA Grade 8 NM Slabbed$100.00
Maurice Nick Mcdonald Signed Check PSA/DNA Grade 9 Mint Slabbed$125.00
Nick McDonald Signed FDC First Day Cover JFK Lee Harvey Oswald Beckett BAS - Beckett Authentication$154.99

Traded items with a signature of Nick McDonald

In total, we tracked 205 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Nick McDonald were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
Jack Ruby Finger Print Card signed by Nick McDonald JFK$25.00
Lee Harvey Oswald Police Report signed Nick McDonald$9.99
Lee Harvey Oswald Police Report signed Nick McDonald$19.50
NICK McDONALD (d. '05) autographed 4x6 index card!$0.99
Nick McDonald signed pic Captured Lee Harvey Oswald JFK$17.00

Latest News about Nick McDonald

Cleveland Browns' Jordan Cameron to start, Ryan Seymour replaces Nick McDonald at center (12/07/14): Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron will start at tight end and Ryan Seymour will make his first start at center.

Nick McDonald: Is leverage good or bad? (11/30/14): Leverage in trading is a good tool for those who use it properly. It is even better than good, it can be great. The people using it can be bad, due to inexperience or greed or otherwise - but don't blame leverage.Once upon a time,...

Nick McDonald: How long will the bears be wrong? (11/23/14): The markets keep on going long (up), and the bears keep on getting it completely and utterly wrong.I find the position of the bears, those who think that stock markets should be going down instead of up, a source of contestant amusement....

Nick McDonald: Chicago derivatives industry report (11/09/14): Derivative trading is big business in the US and has been for a long time so it wouldn't be fair to compare the big home of futures and options trading in Chicago with New Zealand's relatively new and significantly smaller industry.Nonetheless,...

Nick McDonald: Lessons from a trading legend (11/02/14): With more than 50 years' trading under his belt, weathering booms and busts, writing 10 books and still going strong, US trading legend Larry Pesavento has learned a few things about the markets.Indeed, this veteran who's coming...

Older News Stories about Nick McDonald

Brian Hoyer confident new center Nick McDonald will 'only get better as time goes on': Cleveland Browns quick hits ... (10/2014): McDonald earned his first start with the Browns, and the third of his career, at center with Alex Mack out for the season with a broken fibula.

Nick McDonald: What is moving the markets? (09/2014): Markets are driven by human beings and human beings are driven by emotions such as fear, greed, hope, frustration, anger, resentment, overconfidence and underconfidence. When I trade the markets, I am simply looking for signs of...

Nick McDonald: Market timing with tea leaves (08/2014): Predict the turning point in the S&P 500 based on planetary alignment. Pinpoint the high in the Kiwi Dollar based on the moon and tides. Count the number of days using Fibonacci numbers to determine highs and lows in the market......

Nick McDonald: Gold on the move - Nonsense! (07/2014): As a trader I keep abreast of the headlines in the markets, usually by skimming major news channels such as CNBC , Bloomberg , Forbes and of course, NZ Herald . I delve further on occasions into the stories of the headlines that...

Nick McDonald: Trader myth-busting (06/2014): There is a common myth that traders have, or think they have, some kind of crystal ball to show them where the markets are heading next. We hear statements like "if it was that easy, everyone would be doing it". That statement is...

Nick McDonald: Can the Reserve Bank have it both ways (05/2014): So the Reserve Bank of New Zealand is in a bit of a tight spot. On one hand it wants to raise interest rates in New Zealand and has stated that it will do so aggressively with early increases already underway. On the other hand, it...

Nick McDonald: Here are some markets to watch (03/2014): These are some key markets and price points that traders will be watching in the weeks and months ahead for potential opportunities. 1 - Gold Tension and uncertainty around the world is putting upward pressure on gold which...

Nick McDonald: Transtasman dollar battle - A Kiwi victory? (02/2014): There has been talk in trading circles recently of AUD/NZD reaching, or even declining below, the magic parity level of 1.0000. Dipping below that level would mean that one Australian dollar is worth less than one New Zealand dollar....

Nick McDonald: Do you really understand probability? (12/2013): A little riddle to test your understanding of logic and probability...Imagine three ring boxes; in one you can see a very expensive ring and the other two empty. Now the boxes are closed and mixed up, you have no way of knowing...

Nick McDonald: Components of a trading strategy (11/2013): When I trade the markets I look at charts to find trade setups that match my trading strategy. The charts tell us things that words alone do not. In various international media this week I've heard that AUDJPY (Australian dollar vs...

Nick McDonald: One thing is certain in the markets (10/2013): Markets inherently involve a huge amount of uncertainty. Good traders and investors thrive on that knowledge and look for opportunities where the probabilities align to stack in their favour. There is however at least one thing...

Nick McDonald: Trading lessons from the America's Cup (09/2013): There are a lot of similarities between trading and sport and I love using them as analogies to illustrate trading lessons. Golf is a clear favourite of mine for comparison while basketball, rugby, motorsport and football also make...

Nick McDonald: Want to succeed in trading? Don't do this! (08/2013): If you want to find success in the markets then read on and learn from the mistakes that so many have made before you. If however you want to fail trading the markets (sounds odd right? But oddly not at all uncommon) then there will...

Patriots cut Nick McDonald, Lavelle Hawkins (07/2013): The Patriots made three subtractions today, getting rid of offensive lineman Nick McDonald , wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins and wide receiver Perez Ashford .

Nick McDonald: Fundamental vs. technical - How low will the dollar go? (06/2013): So the kiwi dollar is finally starting to fall and we have just seen the biggest weekly NZDUSD decline of 2013. In fact we need to look back to 2011 to find a bigger sell off.Why is it falling? Is it entirely based on the US Federal...

Nick McDonald: Do investors and traders help society? (05/2013): It's part and parcel of life as human beings that, whether we like it or not, many or even most of us get emotional about things involving money and investments.Some are of course much more emotional and opinionated than others...

Nick McDonald: Markets continue aiming high with little to stop them (01/2013): If there is big news coming in 2013 to stop the present bull run on stock markets - it wasn't the debt ceiling ... nor will it be Greece, Italy, Portugal or Spain that cause stocks much more trouble than a few down days, maybe a few...

Nick McDonald, Ron Brace inactive for Patriots (12/2012): Your article has been sent. Your article has been sent. FOXBOROUGH -- Patriots offensive lineman Nick McDonald (shoulder) was declared inactive for tonight's game against the Houston Texans, leaving the team short on veteran guards.

Nick McDonald: Global bull market ripe for picking (10/2012): Surprising as it may seem, we're in the midst of a bull market in stocks worldwide yet the media globally is not talking about it much at all - even more surprising when you look at the market movements over the past few years.When...

Nick McDonald: How to hedge your firm against the volatile dollar (09/2012): This one simple step could save a business tens of thousands of dollars. Where should importers and exporters with heavy exposure to the New Zealand dollar go to learn a bit about what moves to make and where they should start? There...

Nick McDonald added to Patriots repertoire (08/2012): FOXBORO - Green Bayand#8217;s loss has turned out to be New Englandand#8217;s gain. The Patriots signed offensive lineman Nick McDonald last September after the then-rookie was released by the Packers. After spending most of the year on the practice squad, he was added to the 53-man roster Dec. 3.