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>> No. 6065 Anonymous
26th December 2015
Saturday 5:09 pm
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Average Lego set has increased in value 12 per cent each year since the turn of the Millennium, providing a better return than mainstream investments

It may appear as no more than a popular children's toy, but investors were able to secure a better return buying Lego sets over the past 15 years than from the stock market, gold or bank accounts, a Telegraph analysis found.

The value of the FTSE 100 is no higher than it was in February 2000, meaning the average annual return to savers over the past decade and half is just 4.1 per cent once dividend payouts are included.


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/11817380/Lego-a-better-investment-than-shares-and-gold.html

PACK YOUR LEGO.

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