TIE LEGO Investment Market Performance Update - July 2023
The monthly 2021 and 2022 reports have now been merged.
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Over the last six months, I have been tracking the investment performance of LEGO sets that retired in 2021 and 2022.
Each retirement year had a separate post every month, but now the two reports will be merged into one.
Given that this newsletter is about more than just LEGO investing, I like the idea of consolidating that information so non-investors don’t feel spammed.
REMINDER: My investing philosophy is to buy LEGO sets and sell them during the holiday season of the following year after retirement.
This means that despite tracking how sets are performing that retired in 2021, I don’t own any of them anymore.
They were sold last holiday season and compounded by buying sets that retired in 2022.
If you read my monthly portfolio reports, you’ll know that just by looking at the portfolio itself.
Nonetheless, I like to track sets after my typical holding window for science and entertainment.
It is also a great way to observe the difference in behavior between the first 12 months of retirement and the second 12 months of retirement.
With that out of the way, let’s see how the market is doing!
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