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As of a couple of minutes ago, the DOW was down almost 500 points.  I can safely say that as of this moment, LEGO bricks are a better investment than stocks....LOL

I dunno the cheaper the Dow gets the more attractive it is. A couple more weeks of indecision and fear by the masses and I will come in and make money hand over fist. I love me some blood in the water  

Blood in the water can come from people trying to catch falling knives. And stock markets are fundamentally castles in the air.

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On 1/16/2016 at 7:12 PM, Ed Mack said:

AHHHHHH....No.

 

23 hours ago, Darth_Raichu said:

No.  More like cheaper to produce stickers = more stickers in future sets :devil:

Well, i'm shocked

 

On 1/16/2016 at 6:49 PM, valenciaeric said:

More proft for TLG methinks...

They wouldn't do that, surely...?

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On 1/20/2016 at 0:32 PM, Ed Mack said:

After another rough day on Wall Street, I can safely say, once again...LEGO sets are better investments than stocks.

Unless you're short stocks, but not many people actually consider doing it.

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After another rough day on Wall Street, I can safely say, once again...LEGO sets are better investments than stocks.

Different days yield different results. Also depends on your outlay. 1 million invested in Lego would take up vast amounts of space which would come at a premium, there's insurance cover, security concerns, plus the work involved in shipping it all out. I'm sure the majority of people with substantial funds look to alternative options.

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Different days yield different results. Also depends on your outlay. 1 million invested in Lego would take up vast amounts of space which would come at a premium, there's insurance cover, security concerns, plus the work involved in shipping it all out. I'm sure the majority of people with substantial funds look to alternative options.

Can I have some of your $1 mil spare investment stash?

Also at that point it's not an investment strategy and just a Lego reselling business.

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