Value Investing

Magic: The Gathering Or Equities?

Last week I posted about Lego’s 7,500+ Piece Millennium Falcon set. You can find one for about $1,000. While on the topic of shopping, I just saw a set of  Magic: The Gathering booster packs. I don’t know anything about the game and I’m not qualify to provide any insights on the cards. However, I do know something about investments and this sounds like a lot of money for a bunch of playing cards. I remember seeing people playing in the 90s, who knew that your cards would be worth something one day? I know that rare things could be worth of money over time, but I had no idea that very expensive playing cards were a thing. For the people who bought packs when it was cheap, good for them. I should have bought that instead of hockey cards. My hockey cards are worth as much as the paper it was printed on.

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Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc

It’s hard to make sense of sound financial advice when you see things like that. If you want a successful retirement,  we are told to buy some stocks, some bonds, some gold, keep some GICs and invest in some non-correlated assets. We are constantly reminded about how important a diversify portfolio is.

Or you can forget about all that and buyMagic: The Gathering booster packs.

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Article by Brian Langis