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- Key benefits of investing in rare stamps
- Why values rise
- Which stamps and why
- How do rare stamps compare to other investments?
- Who invests and why?
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- Sample rare stamp portfolios
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9.06% annual growth
- Average annual growth of 9.06% over the last 40 years (according to the Bloomberg-listed GB30 Rarities Index)
- Find out how to protect your capital and make money in this growing market
- An investment that 'Bond King' Bill Gross exclaimed to be "four times better than the stock market"
Rare stamps are not correlated with any other asset class so they are unaffected by normal economic vagaries Historically very stable, investment grade rate stamps have risen in value through two World Wars, two economic crashes and the period of hyper-inflation in the 1970s The rich and famous have used rare stamps to protect their capital for generations
The value of investments can go down as well as up. Please note: Stamps and certain other collectibles are not designated investments for the purposes of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) Order 2001 and as such are not subject to regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) or otherwise. We cannot provide advice on personal stamp valuations. For more information visit investment.stanleygibbons.com