All Sorted Ep 18: LEGO Investing james | September 9, 2015 | All Sorted Podcast | 2 Comments On an enriching episode of All Sorted, Jeff and James: Find out why we should have been hoarding unopened boxes of LEGO in a sealed vault: On average Lego sets have increased in value 12 per cent each year since the turn of the Millennium. (via The London Telegraph) Look at some amazing resale on some classic sets: 10179 – Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon 10189 – Taj Mahal 10182 – Cafe Corner See if the LEGO market is a bubble that is about to burst: Collectible markets are volatile LEGO is producing a lot of sets for a lot of markets (over 5.2million bricks per hour = over 17,000 sets per hour (based on avg 300pc sets) Finally, we wish everyone choosing to invest in LEGO the best of luck. At the very least, even if your investments don’t pan out, you’ll still be left with boxes of the best toy ever made, and that’s better than playing the market. Related Posts All Sorted Ep 39: LEGO and Disability No Comments | Feb 17, 2016 All Sorted Ep 28: LEGO Dinosaurs 1 Comment | Nov 18, 2015 All Sorted Ep 35: LEGO & Race 1 Comment | Jan 20, 2016 All Sorted Ep 71: LEGO Environment No Comments | Sep 20, 2018 About The Author james When he's not podcasting, playing board games or building LEGO with his kids then he's LEGO gaming boardcasts in his pod. Also, not a Time Lord.