If given the opportunity, would you consider adding a dinosaur fossil to your investment portfolio? What about a prototype of the first Nike shoe released back in 1972?
Using fractional shares, some online brokerages can now offer shares in rare collectibles ranging from classic cars to national treasures, like the Declaration of Independence. Rather than heading up to the attic and digging through towers of dusty boxes in hopes of finding something Antiques Roadshow-worthy, you can hop on your phone, download an app, link your bank account, and become a partial owner in previously inaccessible collectibles.
But just because you’re able to, does that mean you should?
We look at how collectibles can fit into an investment strategy and what you should consider before investing in them.
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