You don't have to be a sacrificial lamb...
I read the other day that in the United Kingdom alone 'Savers' have lost an incredible 25 billion ($40bn), thanks to savage cuts in bank deposit interest rates.
In the UK the average saver with 10,000 ($16,000) in the bank now receives a paltry 74 ($118) per annum interest compared to 381 ($609) per annum before the financial crisis hit.
It's a sad day when those who have put money away for a rainy day are paying the price for irresponsible borrowers.
Pierre Williams, of website MoneyExpert.com, summed it up perfectly when he said savers had been "sacrificial lambs in the bid to boost the economy."
So it is little surprise to read The Times newspaper reporting Collectibles Investments are "booming."
We've witnessed this ourselves as more and more people have subscribed to our newsletter service, eager to find out about the lucrative world of high-end Collectibles.
We're now read in six of the seven continents.
If you know anyone working in an Antarctic research station please let us know- thenwe'll have a clean sweep
It's easy to understand the appeal of high-end Collectibles...
The opportunity to invest in an item you are passionate about
They are tangible assets you can have and hold
A growing worldwide population
A limited supply product
Massive interest from emerging economies
And without blowing our own trumpet... You're in pretty safe hands with Paul Fraser Collectibles.
If you fancy joining the growing brigade of people investing in Collectibles then please contact us. We can have an informal chat and decide how you'd like to progress.
+44 (0) 117 933 9500
Who knows? This time next year you may have a world class stamp collection, or a garage of classic cars.
One things for sure. They'll give you much more pleasure than a share certificate or money in the bank (or under the mattress).