Admittedly, this may not be the most interesting update ever. However, tracking the final price of auctions serves a few purposes. It provides collectors with a resource to look at the final price of similar auctions. This information shouldn’t serve as a “price guide” but it hopefully helps collectors, and even sellers, get a better sense of what some items have sold for previously.
It also holds the University of M.U.S.C.L.E. accountable for any predictions – which should also help sellers and collectors. When the predictions are largely accurate it should suggest that the price of the M.U.S.C.L.E. item has remained consistent for a number of years. If the prediction is far off, then it may suggest: (1) something about the auction was unusual; (2) the price/value of an item may be changing; and/or (3) the prediction can’t always right. The latter may seem obvious, but those three factors hopefully provide users with additional insight into auction prices.