Forget Stocks, Lego Sets Have Produced The Best 15-Year ReturnRupert Hargreaves
Signs of a top? Or something like that? Lego sets have produced a better return than gold, bonds, stocks and cash over the past 15 years, according to an analysis conducted by The Telegraph.
According to the research, Lego sets kept in pristine condition have increased in value by 12% per annum since 2000. That means $100 invested in certain Lego sets back in 2000 would be worth $547.36 today, a return of 447.36%. Over the same . . .
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