Tuesday, August 25, 2009

What You Should Know About Collecting Stocks And Bonds -Part Two

Four more reasons to collect or become a wholesaler of collectible stocks and bonds...

Back in 1981, the most valuable collectible stock sold for $3,000. This same railroad stock signed by Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt now sells for $12,000. Stocks currently sell for as much as $130,000. Compare this record price to other collectibles. Single coins have sold for over $4 million. A stamp can sell in the million dollar range. Autographs have sold for over a million dollars. One could conclude that quality collectible Stocks and bonds represent very good value in today’s market.

Stocks and bonds are becoming very difficult to find. Most of our inventory was acquired 10 to 20 years ago. Demand has grown steadily over the years as supply has gone down. It has taken 20 years to build these collections that we can now offer.

Collecting topics offer something for every taste. Railroads, Automotive, Aviation, Mining, Oils, Communications, Insurance, Banking and Autographs. Stocks and bonds can be collected by state, city, or region.

Fun: Most importantly, collecting stocks and bonds is “FUN” and most satisfying.

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