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Posted by Craig on 05:29:00 AM in Fun
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This reminds me of the people who sank thousands into baseball card sets back in the 80's/90's, whenever that market appeared. Now they rent airconditioned storage units in the hope they'll be able to someday sell that '91 Topps set for big money. Like these Beanie Babies, maybe, someday, they will.
I'm investing in Dutch tulip futures.
Joe R. |
July 31, 2013 at 07:57 AM
Timing is everything. My sister sold Beanie Babies she'd bought for about $1000 for more than $6000.
OTOH, my mother-in-law bought just the ones she liked and never intends to sell them. She's probably got around 80 of them.
They did seem to me like an odd commodity to speculate in, given how easy it is to make more.
July 31, 2013 at 12:09 PM
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