The Best LEGO Sets to Invest in that Retire in 2024 - Version 1.0
The way too early edition...
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IMPORTANT: The spreadsheet version of this list is linked at the bottom of the post
A new year means we get a shiny new list of retiring LEGO sets to invest in.
Which begs the question:
Which are going to perform best?
No one knows.
However, I’ve been able to consistently beat the market since the day I started tracking my portfolio in public.
My set picking system (revamped in the middle of 2023) has shown an ability to predict most of the top performing sets each year.
If you’d like to review how it works, read this post:
When I create my hit list, I use a combination of resources to assemble which sets I believe will retire in 2024.
The two I like most are:
The LEGOLeak subreddit
Understand that this is version 1.0 of the IE hit list and there will be 8 future updates of this list.
Many of these sets will not remain and others will likely join.
I have no plans to purchase any sets on the hit list until Q4 unless some sort of insane deal or gift with purchase shows up.
The format below is as follows:
List of sets my system likes
List of honorable mentions if they exist (system likes them but shelf life is too high)
“Analysis Price” does not mean the price I like the set at. It is simply the price used for analysis.
Let’s dive in.