My kids (oldest one's 4yo) have got a pretty nice savings acount, which will only end up costing us money thanks to the ridiculously low rates and the inflation. And we all know the stock market is unreliable and not particularly profitable. Lower risk options like index funds probably won't give me much more than 3% profit.
So if I look at a low end pre-war Martin, like a 0-17....What sort of risk/return should I expect if I'd want to sell it fifteen years from now? I'd enjoy it a helluva lot more than ANY sort of stock/fund/acount/share/whatever, so as long if there's not too much risk involved, I wouldn't mind making 'only' 3% from this investement.
Am I being delusional, is it a bad time to invest in guitars? Or is the 0-17 just not the right model or something?