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 A: Based on your own experiences, is art a solid investment?



 

 SB From the perspective of an investor's point of view the market is constantly shifting. Investors are seeking stability -- and you know



 

 what's stable? A Picasso. A Picasso example.



 

 Art intrinsically possesses all of the values we could Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting consider to create an investment option and has low volatility as when compared to stocks.



 

 Exemple: Double-digit losses in one hour. Art allows investors to convert some liquidity into an asset well-suited to preservation.



 

 In times of extreme uncertainty, the increase in wealth



 

 Javier Lumbreras, philanthropist, collector and investor,  Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting created the Guernica V Fund. This fund was his first in 2008, just following Lehman.



 

 Brothers fell apart. It was a time in art markets when you could purchase truly outstanding and significant art for less.



 

 They still accounted for millions of dollars, Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting however their prices were cut because of the recession.



 

 There were collectors at the time people with a high net worth who wanted to sell some things and generate cash flow. There were others



 

 Blue-chip art is an asset class that investors are   Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting searching for since it isn't correlated with the S&P 500. In periods of political or economic turmoil like this investors might consider blue-chip art as an asset class.



 

 This is a great time to diversify portfolio and purchase art, as we see right now.



 

 Portfolios that include artwork as part of its diversification will typically have a 10- to 20% lower risk rate than one that does not include artwork. We saw this in 2008 when we looked at the S+P 500.



 

 The Moses Mei art index fell 4.5 percent, and it fell by 37%..



 

 The works were purchased by the fund with the idea of  Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting selling them later. The sale was postponed for between three and five years. The market had significantly improved by this time.



 

 liquidity and the fund was able find buyers and sell the works in the right moment using their vast network, and even leverage geographical



 

 Arbitrage with currencies can be used to your advantage The 2008 launch of the Artemundi Global Fund was a great success. Investors experienced an increase of 19.



 

 return.



 

 Covid's volatility has made the markets volatile again. This was the moment to create a new fund.



 

 fund. Guernica V has a high minimum Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting investment of $200,000 (Guernica V, for example). There are other investments options to consider.



 

 options available. A Picasso is not necessary to get a good return for your money.