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Growth of the collection valuation

SpargelsofaSpargelsofa Member Posts: 1
Good morning, first of all, sorry for my english. So, if you're adding a set you own you can type in your paid price. Unfortunally this price doesn't show up in the collection value table. Just the two (?) recent retail prices that no one needs (image). Is it possible to see the price actually paid to receive the "right" growth of my bought collection? Long story short - i just want to see the growth of my paid price :D
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  • HuwHuw Administrator Posts: 7,120
    Not currently but it's something I may well add at some point.
  • drdavewatforddrdavewatford Administrator Posts: 6,756
    edited August 2021
    What someone pays for a set isn't necessarily the "value".

    I assume that it'd be relatively straightforward to provide a grand total paid for all sets owned if the purchase price is entered for each set via the Advanced Collection Manager, but the total valuation, e.g. for insurance purposes, would be a dynamic figure and would be much better ascertained via average recent sold prices on Bricklink or Brick Owl.
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,556
    If it is for investment purposes, value is not necessarily bricklink prices. Not only will you lose about 8% in fees when selling, it can be hard work selling and packing.
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