By Lauren Fix, The Car Coach with Paul Fix III
The stock market has been on fire this year. But some people like to drive their investments or prefer to invest in something they can actually touch and feel. In this video, we go over a Bull Market list and give our own suggestions on what to buy to increase your portfolio and which cars retain the most value?
Collectible automobiles are a great idea—if you own the right cars and do your research, you can make money and be ahead of the game. The secret is getting the right vehicles at the right time. Each year Hagerty.com creates a Bull Market List. We don’t agree 100 percent. What about you?
Over the past four years, the Hagerty’s Bull Market list has been all about highlighting fun cars across various budgets and tastes that they believe are poised to rise in value over the next 12 months.
This isn’t a get-rich-quick list for flippers; it’s a tip sheet to help enthusiasts get their cake and maybe eat it, too. And it’s informed by an analysis of all the market data Hagerty has at its disposal.
Forecasting is always risky, which was abundantly proved by 2020 when the world grappled with waves of unforeseen events starting with a pandemic. We are all aware that there are no guarantees.
We discuss this list of possible vehicles and others to consider.
- 2011 – 2012 Lexus LFA
- 2006–10 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8
- 1984–91 Ferrari Testarossa
- 2005–17 Aston Martin V8 Vantage
- 1964–70 Honda S600/S800
- 1980–91 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia
- 2005–06 Ford GT
- 2000–06 Audi TT Quattro
- 1948–54 Jaguar XK120
Which cars do we believe are collectible for 2020?
2020 Shelby GT500
2020 Shelby GT350 / GT350R Heritage
2017 – 2022 Ford GT
2021 Ram TRX
Please give us your thoughts by commenting below or on the video for The Car Coach’s YouTube Channel.
Lauren Fix, The Car Coach®, is a nationally recognized automotive expert, analyst, author, and television host. A trusted car expert, Lauren provides an insider’s perspective on a wide range of automotive topics and aspects, energy, industry, consumer news, and safety issues.
Lauren is the CEO of Automotive Aspects and the Editor-in-Chief of Car Coach Reports, a global automotive news outlet. She is an automotive contributor to national and local television news shows, including Fox News, Fox Business, CNN International, The Weather Channel, Inside Edition, Local Now News, Community Digital News, and more. Lauren also co-hosts a regular show on ABC.com with Paul Brian called “His Turn – Her Turn” and hosts regular radio segments on USA Radio – DayBreak.
Lauren is honored to be inducted into the Women’s Transportation Hall of Fame and a Board Member of the Buffalo Motorcar Museum, and Juror / President for the North American Car, Utility & Truck of the Year Awards.
Check her out on Twitter and Instagram @LaurenFix.
Paul Fix III, a reporter for The Car Coach, is an automotive expert, champion kart racer, and truly passionate about cars and performance. Paul has been covering the auto industry for over 10 years.