Five collectibles with better returns than the stock market

People often make a killing in stocks, but what else do people buy in hopes of selling for a fortune?

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  • Outside of stocks and bonds, some people make money investing in collectibles and make a fair amount on them.
  • One stamp even sold for a billion times its face value.
  • The extreme dependence on future collectability limits the potential of most of these opportunities.
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​'The time is now' for cryptocurrencies, PayPal CEO says

Is Bitcoin akin to 'digital gold'?

  • In October, PayPal announced that it would begin allowing users to buy, sell, and hold cryptocurrencies.
  • Other major fintech companies—Square, Fidelity, SoFi—have also recently begun investing heavily in cryptocurrencies.
  • While prices are volatile, many investors believe cryptocurrencies are a relatively safe bet because blockchain technology will prove itself over the long term.
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Yes, more and more young adults are living with their parents – but is that necessarily bad?

Having grown kids still at home is not likely to do you, or them, any permanent harm.

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When the Pew Research Center recently reported that the proportion of 18-to-29-year-old Americans who live with their parents has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps you saw some of the breathless headlines hyping how it's higher than at any time since the Great Depression.

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Millennials reconsidering finances and future under COVID-19

A new survey found that 27 percent of millennials are saving more money due to the pandemic, but most can't stay within their budgets.

  • Millennials have been labeled the "unluckiest generation in U.S. history" after the one-two financial punch of the Great Recession and the pandemic shutdowns.
  • A recent survey found that about a third of millennials felt financially unprepared for the pandemic and have begun saving.
  • To achieve financial freedom, millennials will need to take control of their finances and reinterpret their relationship with the economy.
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    AI and robotics are revolutionizing restaurant kitchens—here’s how you can invest

    Miso Robotics has already served up over 12,000 hamburgers.

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    • Quick service restaurants are facing growing labor, food, and real estate costs.
    • Miso Robotics is working with these restaurants to lower labor costs via automation.
    • Miso Robotics has already produced over 60,000 pounds of food with its revolutionary technology.
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