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The markets are always going up and down

 AA: In your experience, is art really a solid investment?



 

 SB: The markets are always going up and down from the perspective of an investor. Investors seek stability, which you already know.



 

 what's stable? A Picasso. Beyond its emotional, Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop  intellectual, and aesthetic value, art has proven to be a tangible asset that appreciates with the course of.



 

 Art intrinsically offers all of the above qualities and can be used as an alternate investment class. It also offers low volatility, unlike stocks, which are susceptible to volatility.



 

 For instance, you can experience double-digit losses on one day. Art allows investors to convert some liquidity into an asset that is ideal for preservation.



 

 In times of extreme uncertainty, the increase in wealth



 

 Javier Lumbreras, philanthropist, collector and Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop  investor, created the Guernica V Fund. This fund was his first, in 2008, shortly following Lehman.



 

 Brothers fell apart. The art market was at its lowest point at the time, and you could still purchase great art that was historically significant however, it was priced at a lower price.



 

 They cost millions of Dollars, but the price was reduced because of the recession.



 

 There were collectors back at the time, wealthy individuals who were looking to sell some of their possessions and get cash flow. There were other



 

 investors were looking to use blue-chip art as an asset Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop  class due to its lack of correlation with the S&P 500. Like is a good asset to have during times of economic or political turmoil.



 

 What we are seeing this moment, in the form of pandemics, is actually a good time to diversify and buy artwork.



 

 A portfolio with artwork in it is 10-20% more risky than one that does without. In 2008, as we witnessed, the S+P 500



 

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



 

 The works were purchased by the fund with the idea of later selling them. The sale was postponed for between three and five years. At that point, the market had more



 

 liquidity and the fund was able find buyers and sell Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop  the works at the exact right time using their vast network, and even leverage geographical



 

 Arbitrage can be utilized to the advantage of currencies. The 2008 launch of Artemundi Global was a success. Investors enjoyed an increase of 19.



 

 return.



 

 Covid made markets very unstable, and it was the perfect moment to start a new fund. That's the reason for the GuernicaV



 

 fund. Guernica V has a high minimum investment of $200,000 (Guernica V, for example). There are other investment options available.



 

 options available. There are plenty of options Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop Hype Drop available. purchase a Picasso to see a decent return -- when you have an eye.