From the Wall Street Journal:
Since 1980… classic cars have appreciated by 13% per year, according to the Historic Automobile Group International, an investment-research firm in London—while large-company stocks have returned about 11% annually, including dividends, according to investment-research firm Morningstar.
The article goes on to discuss a couple of potential opportunities in the guitar market:
Novice guitar collectors who want to start out on their own should make sure they find an expert they can trust to assess the quality of instruments they’re thinking about buying, says Mr. Byrne. A couple of safe bets under $10,000: a Gibson J-45 from the 1940s or a Martin D-45 from the early 1970s, he says.
Read the rest at WSJ.com