Pick One of These Two Options to Avoid LEGO Investing Failure
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Investing in LEGO sounds simple when you first hear about it.
Buy LEGO, hold LEGO, sell LEGO. Easy enough right?
That’s not the full story.
Your investing business runs into a giant challenge once your portfolio eclipses five figures:
LEGO sets take up a lot of space.
LEGO investing is as lucrative as it is partly because most people just aren’t willing to deal with storing them.
You are rewarded for being willing to deal with that headache.
There are two storage options I recommend:
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