Discover which investment can bring you Christmas cheer



2015-06-26 12:41:10

Discover which investment can bring you Christmas cheer

With Christmas dinner up 7.5% in price, which investment can recoup the growing cost of living?

Be sure to savour your Christmas dinner this year.

Because it has cost you 7.5% more than it did in 2010, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Turkey is up 3.8% in 12 months, bacon up 10.3% and a bottle of sherry is 11.5% more expensive.

The light-hearted research is indicative of a more serious problem the UK is currently facing: the growing cost of living.

Inflation stands at 4.8%, according to the Consumer Price Index.

And in a year that has seen the FTSE100 drop by close to 10%, the stock market cannot be relied on to recoup the rising costs.

But which investment can?

The 40 most sought after autographs since 2000 have shown an average compound increase of 14.84% per annum, according to the PFC40 Autograph Index.

And among the standout names on the list is a man who knew all about Christmas spirit.

Charles Dickens, handwritten signed letter Charles Dickens, handwritten signed letter

Charles Dickens, who wrote themuch loved A Christmas Carol, is among the most in-demand autographs around.

The value of a Dickens handwritten signed letter has risen from 795 ($1,250) in 2000 to 3,950 ($6,200) in 2011, at a rate of 15.69% pa, according to the Index.

A superb handwritten, signed letter by Dickens, written in 1866, is yours to own today, for 2,950 (approx. $4,630) - 1,000 ($1,570) below the index's valuation.

You will also receive our:

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And it's not just Dickens's autograph that has seen a strong rise in value over recent years.

Take a look at the other autographed items from key figures we currently have available for you.

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