My husband and I are 48. A couple of years ago he started buying collectible guns for our retirement and has spent over $250,000 on them so far. I totally disagree with his strategy, but would like to know what you think. Is this a good idea? — D.K., Laramie, Wyoming
Ah the old “It’s an investment” line. Oldest one in the book and she fell for it hook, line, and sinker! Classic.
If I learned anything from school and from Wu Tang Financial, it would be that you gotta diversify yo’ shit.
Well hopefully it works out alright for them, but like any type of investment there needs to be a buyer in order to get any money back. With obscure guns, that may not be the easiest thing in the world to liquidate.
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