An item that is worth far more than it appears because of its rarity and/or demand. Common categories of collectibles include antiques, toys, coins, comic books and stamps.If after investing in different asset classes mentioned earlier, you still have room for investments, you may consider investing in collectibles. The market of collectibles is driven by the forces of supply and demand.
The pieces of art and photography are very much in demand. Savvy investors buy these and sale them at a later date when they get good value on their investments.
It is better to deal with a broker/advisor who is well versed in this category of asset class, one who you can trust. He can guide you in identifying the collectibles which will ensure long term growth of your asset.
Since there is no correlation to the stock market, there is no volatility. There are always buyers available for collectibles and the number is growing.