What things could you collect to eventually profit from? Building a collection.
You could always collect coins I wrote a hub on how to get started here:
http://buckey777.hubpages.com/hub/Coin- … -Beginners
If you look at history, you'll notice that things which are sold as collectibles actually lose appeal and value over time. The best collections are the ones no one ever thought would be worth anything. Coins are still worth collecting, but they don't gain value much better than anything else. However, you can bet they will always be worth at least their face value.
The best advice IMO is to collect what you love. If it becomes valuable, great. If not, at least you will enjoy your collection.
by GDiBiase 6 years ago
Do you collect anything? If so what?
by Shannondoah 9 years ago
I am a really avid Stamp Collector, and have other Collections as well.I find it not only interesting, but hope that one day my Collections might also have a Value.
by LeonJane 8 years ago
Why do people collect things?
by Maddi 3 years ago
I always find different collections so interesting. What do you collect? and why?When I was a teenager I collected stuffed monkeys. A friend gave me one for my birthday, then I gave him one and it soon became a tradition. Other's saw my collection and that is what they started to give me as...
by Brian 6 years ago
A lot of people collect things like stamps, and baseball cards. What do you collect?I have a friend that has a huge collection of Crystal Glasses, china dinner ware, and lots of beautiful antiques. Where I collect various types of clothing, funny t-shirts, and baseball caps. If you do collect...
by Paula 6 years ago
Did you ever collecting something out of the ordinary? What was it?Did you ever have an odd, but neat collection that might surprise people? People collect all kinds of neat things, what was your special thing?
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