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Wine Investment for Portfolio Diversification

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Wine investment is often referred to as a form of alternative investment but unknown to many, wine collectors have been quietly making hefty returns on their top end wines for centuries. Mr Charles Tan, Wine Director of Premium Liquid Assets, said that alternative investment is a banker’s terms as wine is not a traditional investment instrument to them. “According to Mahesh Kumar’s book – Wine Investment for Portfolio Diversification, if you invest in fine wines instead of stocks and bonds, your return of investment is 12% compound per year. This is based on a research of 21 years done from 1983 to 2004. ...
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Is Wine A Good Investment?
During these difficult economic times investment gurus are discussing in economic and trade magazines different ways to make money and recommending wise investments. One direction they are pointing is investing in fine wine. For the past twenty years I have been asked if acquiring Wine is a good investment. The economic magazines are now beginning to write about the advantages of investing in wine explaining their interest with statistics that wine has appreciated more than almost anything- - fine art, stocks, bonds,, precious metals,. Decanter.com has reported that fine wine has outperformed stock indexes in Britain and the ... market research, surveys and trends
Investing In Wine?
Investment in wines is not new. Those with skilled knowledge of the finest vintages and top chateaux of Bordeaux have been taking advantage of this sector for hundreds of years. Over the last quarter of a century, fine wines have turned out to be to be one of the ... market research, surveys and trends

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WINE INVESTMENT FOR PORTFOLIO DIVERSIFICATION

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Savored by the Palate, or as Part of a Portfolio
GENEVA — A simple Internet real estate ad caught Filip Opdebeeck’s eye in 2007: “Strongbox for rent.” The strongbox turned out to be a three-room vault beneath one of the many banks in this Swiss financial center, one room originally for bank archives, another for stock certificates, the third for gold. Today, the vault, 3,200 square feet and 30 feet below ground, holds a rather different sort of investment — about 40,000 bottles of wine — most of it part of portfolios owned, fittingly, by many bankers, but also by diplomats, professionals and others who just enjoy their glass of Saint ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A diversified portfolio the best protection
In the Financial Post series on alternative investing, David Kaufman, president of Westcourt Capital Corp., takes investors beyond traditional stocks and bonds to explore how to add value to your portfolio with hedge funds, debt instruments, real estate investment trusts, mortgage funds, private equity and even collections of art and wine. In this final instalment, Mr. Kaufman looks at downside protection. --- It is human nature for individuals to seek protection against future calamities on the heels of having just experienced one. In the world of investing, never have meteorological and aeronautical metaphors been more used ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Apr 6, 2010 ... 'Wine Investment for Portfolio Diversification' by. Manesh Kumar in 2005, which delivered the Fine. Wine 50 Index. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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A Comprehensive Pocket Guide,. Sixth Edition. Hans Walraven. $20.00 ISBN 0- 932664-94-6. Wine Trade II. WINE INVESTMENT FOR PORTFOLIO DIVERSIFICATION ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Art as an Investment and the Underperformance of Masterpieces
more attractive for portfolio diversification than discovered in earlier ...... Ashenfelter, Orley, “How Auctions Work for Wine and Art,” Journal of ...
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Beginner Investing: question followups
he is referring to Steve Sjuggerud I believe from DailyWealth, I think he just refers to it as secret currency because it's little known, here is the article: "Gold Investment #3: The Secret Gold Currency What I want to tell you about next is a little more involved. But believe me, learning this secret of the gold business has the potential to make you extremely wealthy, as it has done for many, many smart people over the years. Keep in mind, the last time conditions were this good for this investment, it went up about 665%. I think it will probably do considerably more than that in this bull market. In the past it has ...
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I know that a motor insurance company makes money on the fact that not everyone crashes their car, so those premiums are a clear profit. But how do life insurance companies make a profit? Everyone who takes out a policy is guarenteed a payout!? Is it a interest thing, or are they, like motor insurers hoping that some people won't claim the payouts? Cheers J Now there are different types of policy with numerous different terms, so it really depnds on what sort of policy you are thinking of. WHOLE life policies are invested and the companys skim profits off of this investment. Then there's policies that run for a limited ...