Collectible investments are one of the more fun, accessible, and unpredictable ways to invest your cash and hope to see it grow. It covers anything that doesn’t fall under the banner of more tradition investments like stocks, ISAs or property. Toys, electronics and clothing can all be considered as collectible investments.
You’ve probably heard stories of a mint condition toy or a rare vinyl record selling for thousands of pounds, and it’s not uncommon for people to buy toys and pop culture memorabilia for the sole purpose of stashing it away in the attic and hoping that it will become valuable in several decades time. If investing your money in this way sounds appealing to you, then check out this new infographic from ABC Finances to find which items you should spend your cash on, and which to avoid.
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