Chances are your retirement savings portfolio is spread across stocks, bonds and cash. But how much do you have invested in Legos or Star Wars figurines?

An analysis from The Telegraph last month found that many Lego sets — if purchased in the year 2000 and never opened — yielded more value for their owners each year than the stock market as a whole, gold or bank accounts.

Mashable expanded on this finding with a look at the prices of an assortment of other prized vintage toys and found that, in many cases, Wall Streeters could have done better picking from the aisles of FAO Schwarz than the stock exchange. Read more…

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