If you're looking to build up your financial portfolio and secure your fiscal future, you might want to head to your local toy store.
Both small and large sets have gret increases in value, due to the smaller sets' comparative rarity, and the larger ones due to their acquisition price. And according to Victoria Dobrynskaya of Russia's National Research University Higher School of Economics, who studied over 2322 Lego kits dating back to 1987, licensed sets tend to see the greatest returns on investment.
Plus, isn't the whole fun of Legos playing with them? We'd be too tempted to open the box and mess up our entire inverstment plan!
Via Mental Floss