TIE #045: The Beauty of LEGO Investing (150% ROI in 7 weeks)
I couldn't believe my eyes...
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Back in November I sent out an alert to paid subscribers of this newsletter listing 13 different LEGO sets I was investing in.
You can still read that alert here (I unlocked it for free members):
Among those 13 sets was one I had been targeting all year:
It is a set with a MSRP of $99.99 that was exclusive to Target and lego.com with a lot of demand behind it (like all of the botanical sets).
This was a no brainer investment.
When I sent an alert about this set it was available at Target and on their website for $60.
It was my hope to see it offered for 20% OFF but I was elated when I saw they doubled that and offered it at 40% OFF.
Why am I highlighting it among 13 others mentioned that day?
I’ll tell you why:
As I am typing this, it is already selling for $190 on Amazon despite being less than two months removed from that Target Black Friday sale.
That is a return of ~150% and a net profit of $90/set.
Buying just two of them when I sent the alert and selling them now would have paid for 1 year of paid access to this newsletter.
(Not for long though, the price for new paid subscribers is increasing soon. Act now to lock in the current price)
I have spoken with several paid members here who have used this opportunity to take some profit, they are indeed selling at this price.
Will the price stay that high? I doubt it.
As people take profit, price should soften a bit before breaking new all time highs.
However, it’s a great sign for future performance.
I can only imagine how much it will be selling for in 12 months.
This is the beauty of LEGO investing.
P.S. If you bought these at $60-80, leave a comment down below. I want to see how many people took action.
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