Will fine arts be an alternative for Investment?

October 14, 2008 § 1 Comment

With the whole world economic crisis, traditional equity and bond market could no longer satisfy investors’ requirement. Some people believe that fine arts, as an alternative investment, could serve as a profitable choice in the portfolio.

This article provides an inside perspective regarding concerns about fine arts investment, such as how to fit arts in the portfolio. Quite interesting.

 
 
—-Fangzhou Xu
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§ One Response to Will fine arts be an alternative for Investment?

  • Leslie Fay says:

    Interesting prospect. The second to last paragraph was spot on in saying that the art market would defy traditional financial appreciation methods and makes it seem riskier. A the same time, though, emotional involvement with some of these pieces can push prices way up! Interesting article, especially with the stock market slow-mo crash and strange recovery yesterday!

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