5 Artists And The Memorabilia You Should Invest In
If you know which bands to play, music memorabilia can be a great investment. Of course, safe bets like The Beatles are still around for those who do not want to deal with high risks. They are still good investments to make, but if you want to make really good money, then you need to consider the many other memorabilia right now that show incredible promise:
1. Led Zeppelin
The song “Stairway to Heaven” has been played by most, if not all, young rockstars getting their hands on rock for the first time in their lives. Regardless, Led Zeppelin is an incredibly huge rock band. The album "Led Zeppelin 4," signed by Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Robert Plant, recently sold for approximately 200 dollars. This, of course, is a value that many investors can afford, and as the years go by, we believe that the value will only rise.
2. Michael Jackson
If you haven't heard of Michael Jackson, the king of pop, you either hate music or have been living in a cave somewhere free from all the world's care. Regardless, Michael Jackson is a huge name, and ever since his death in 2009, his memorabilia has risen in value incredibly. For instance, Michael Jackson's autograph rose from around 200 dollars to nearly two thousand! That's a massive jump, and the signs show that the value will only get higher and higher.
Now that we've talked about the king of pop, let's talk about the queen of pop. Madonna has been one of the most famous pop artists in the world, and she earned that name rightfully so. Regardless, her autograph's value has shot through the roof, and despite her still making music today, her collectibles still hold a huge potential for an increase in value.
4. Elvis Presley
Even 40 years after his death, Elvis' collectibles are still incredibly valuable, and more so when they first came out. His autograph alone is proof of this. Early on, an autograph from Elvis Presley could sell for around 800 dollars which is a respectable amount. Today, that value has shot to over three thousand dollars. Annually, there's an increase of about 10% of his items, so if there is one investment you should make, it would be Elvis' memorabilia.
5. Jimi Hendrix
Ever since Jimi Hendrix played "The Star-Spangled Banner" in 1969, his guitar has become one of the most high-valued guitars of all time. In fact, the guitar itself was bought for 2 million dollars by Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft.
Apart from his guitar, though, Hendrix's autograph is one of the fastest-growing in terms of value, so you cannot go wrong investing in his memorabilia.
There are plenty of other artists out there you should definitely pay attention to, such as Sex Pistols, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and more. These bands have gained worldwide fame for a good reason, and as the demand for their memorabilia increases, so will their value. Do yourself a favor today and invest in some of these artists' memorabilia. Sooner or later, they will grow greatly in value, giving you the returns you never thought possible out investing in an artist's collections.
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