The Best LEGO Sets to Invest in that Retire in 2023 - Version 9.0
This is the FINAL hit list for 2023.
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To create this list, I take the sets expected to retire and run them through different criteria to help choose which sets are most likely to perform above average as an investment.
That criteria is shared inside LEGO Investing Mastery if you’d like to learn more about it.
As a result of using this system, my portfolio has done a great job of outperforming the average return of the LEGO market historically (and the stock market too for that matter).
The 2023 Introvert Entrepreneur LEGO Hit List
Version 9.0 of the TIE Hit List is the final version for 2023 and I intend on making no further updates.
The only changes made after today will come as a result of a set I like being added or a set on this list is removed from expected retirement list.
As we close out September, the focus shifts from planning/preparation to strategically creating positions in the sets listed below.
The list assumes all sets are purchased at an equal price point (e.g. 20% OFF for non-exclusives and MSRP for exclusives)
As always, PRICE trumps everything. If you can get a LEGO set that doesn’t suck for 50% off, it’s going to be a great investment.
The format below is as follows:
List of sets I am targeting
Sets added or removed
List of honorable mentions
Let’s dive in.
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