Some Russian economists crunched the numbers and figured out that Legos are a better investment than the stock market.
Buying and selling sets of Legos from 1987 to 2015 ended up delivering better returns than large stocks, bonds and gold.
To be clear, the sets have to be unopened. Nobody’s interested in the shoebox of plastic bricks you goofed around with when you were a kid.
But -- depending on the size of the set and the series it belongs to -- your unopened box could be earning you up to 600 percent each year. (AskMen)