TIE LEGO Investment Portfolio Update - October 2023
Come take a look at which LEGO sets I own and how much my portfolio is worth.
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Welcome to the TIE LEGO Investment Portfolio Update for October 2023 where I show which LEGO sets I am currently invested in.
There are a million ways to invest, but my strategy is as follows:
Buy heavy quantity of sets from my hit list (see it here)
Hold for 12-18 months
Sell on Amazon
It’s the perfect mix of appreciation and compounding
One month has passed since the September update and we area now about half way through Q4.
Things have ramped up heavily on the buy side and the sell side should kick into gear in about a month.
Several new sets have been added to the portfolio while the sets from last year are starting to rocket in value.
If you are a paid newsletter subscriber, you got an email/app alert the moment I clicked the buy button for each new set added to the portfolio.
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Let’s take a look at how the portfolio has changed over the last month.
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