Teenager Hits $1.7 Million In Revenue During Pandemic Reselling Pokémon Cards, Game Consoles And More

“This is capitalism”.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of millions of people all over the world in a variety of ways. Some of us have had to put up with the relatively mild inconvenience of stores being shut and schools closing, while others have seen loved ones succumb to the virus – or have even tragically lost their lives themselves.

While a global lockdown resulted in bumper sales for many video game companies – including Nintendo – it’s given others the chance to make a quick buck, too. Take 16-year-old Max Hayden, for example; by flipping games consoles, Pokémon trading cards and other ‘luxury’ items, he pulled in $1.7 million in revenue, making $110,000 in profit.

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