The Best LEGO Sets to Invest in that Retire in 2023
Welcome to version 1 of my 2023 hit list
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With 2022 out of the way and some profit in our pocket, it is now time to start looking at sets that retire in just under 12 months.
You can never start looking too early, even if we won’t be buying much in the first half of the year.
As a refresher, here is what I look for when picking the sets I want to invest in:
MSRP above $80 most of the time and almost always above $40
Low level of competition on Amazon
Average Amazon sales rank above 30,000 in toys/games
If you can find sets with all of these attributes combined, the returns are better on average.
That being said, I will break all of these rules under the condition that my cost basis is low enough.
If you find me a set that has an MSRP of $30 but I can buy it at $15, chances are high I that I would add it to the portfolio.
My 2023 Hit List
Over the past couple weeks, I’ve compiled sets into a list and then given them a tier rating of 1, 2, or 3 with tier 1 being the best.
This post will only include sets from Tier 1 but I will expand upon the list in future posts.
Important: The sets in this tier will change regularly based on the data. There is no guarantee any of them remain by year end.
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