TIE LEGO Investing Market Performance Update - November 2023
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After a barrage of sales over the last month, it’s finally time to take a look at the investment performance of every relevant LEGO set that retired in both 2021 and 2022.
You won’t find this data anywhere else and for whatever reason I am the only person that publishes this information.
REMINDER: My personal investing philosophy is to buy retiring LEGO sets and sell them 12-16 months later
That means I no longer own any of the 2021 sets documented below.
I continue to track them for fun and entertainment.
It’s also an informative way to look at the market and identify trends.
One day, it might make more sense to hold LEGO for an extra year.
If you have no idea what LEGO investing is, read this post so you are up to speed.
Let’s dive in.