The Best LEGO Sets to Invest in that Retire in 2023 - Version 3.0
With an update to sets that are set to retire this year, I present you the third edition of my LEGO Hit List.
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Last month we added four new LEGO sets to the Introvert Entrepreneur 2023 Hit List while removing a couple that had their retirement date extended.
This month, there are some additional tweaks as LEGO continues to iron out which sets they want to get rid of.
As a reminder:
There is no way to know exactly when any given LEGO set is going to retire, but crowdsourced data from Brickfanatics and the LEGOLeak subreddit always end up about 95% accurate.
Using this information, I then analyze how each set is performing on Amazon to zero-in on sets I believe will perform best post-retirement.
So far, I’ve done a great job of outperforming the average return of the LEGO market (and the stock market too for that matter).
My 2023 Hit List
Like I have said previously, this list does not have every set that I will invest in this year.
These are just the sets that I feel most confident about, at this point in time.
Like always, I will add sets to the portfolio that I was not targeting at all should I get a large enough discount.
If the market hands you 50% OFF of a LEGO set, chances are it’s going to end up being a great investment, regardless of what that set is.
The sets on this list will change regularly based on data. There is no guarantee any of them remain by year end.
Let’s dive in.
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