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Buying vintage wines may sound like a high risk strategy, but complete novices can safely invest in fine wine from Bordeaux by using a specialist wine investment company. The average investor may never have considered fine wine as an alternative market, yet records over the last hundred years show that vintage wine has outperformed many other forms of investment. Even in recent times, when stock markets around the world have suffered major setbacks, some fine wine portfolios have given better returns than the FTSE 100 or the Dow Jones. For the novice, however, it is critical to get expert advice on fine wines before making any ...
(AFFW) a multi-million-dollar venture to help resurrect the fortunes of the $6 billion industry highlighting the quality and diversity of Australian wine. 2 Howard Park Wines is the only representative from Western Australia to be included in the AFFW. 3 The 12 member alliance includes Brown Brothers , Campbells, Taylors, DeBortoli , McWilliam's, Tahbilk , Tyrell's, Yalumba , D'Arenberg , Jim Barry, Howard Park, and Henschke . The main criteria is that the family-owned companies need to have a "landmark wine" in their portfolios as listed under Langton's Classification and/or 75% agreement by group ...
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Wine Investment Market Report March 2010 | articlewrap
Albany Portfolio Management (APM) was established early in 2009 to provide a broader base of investors with access to the fine wine market and operates in association with Albany Vintners, a highly renowned and long established wholesale fine wine merchant. APM has one simple objective; to add wealth to its customers. 2010 kicks off with a bang… The wine market has positively launched itself into the New Year with the Liv-Ex 100 – the industry’s benchmark index – up some 5.8% by the end of February. The index has fully recovered from the credit crunch driven dip of late 08, and now sits tantalisingly ... market research, surveys and trends
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Wine investment funds grow into global business | Reuters
Glasses and bottles of Chateau Belcier red wine (Saint Emilion label) are seen in a testing room in Saint Emilion, southwestern France, November 6, 2007. Credit: Reuters/Regis Duvignau PARIS (Reuters Life!) - Collecting wine is no longer a privilege of just the super wealthy now that special investment funds have sprouted amid a search for alternative assets to traditional stocks and bonds. But they may take away some of the fun of drinking. Wine-based investments received a shot in the arm with the creation of the London International Vintners Exchange (Liv-ex) in 1999 which runs an internet and phone-based information and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Mutual Funds Fill Wine Niche - Investors Can Drink Some ...
NAME AN investment category — or even a quasi-category such as wine — and eventually somebody will create a mutual fund for it. AWM Fine Wine Fund Ltd. bills itself as "the world's first mutual wine fund." It is run by a Bahamian company called Ascot Wine Management SA and managed in Geneva by Tor Vollalokken, who started it late in 1999 after having run two closed-end funds that bought Burgundy wines. "The success of the two previous wine funds — they were up on average 25 percent per annum — and the attraction they had among wine collectors and investors gave me the idea to set up a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Rethinking Wine Investment in the UK and Australia - wine investment
inconceivable that anyone in the UK interested in wine investment would not .... Performance Report, which details the impact of taxation on asset returns. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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The German market for software ranks second in Europe, after the United Kingdom.  Growth rates in the 5% range were originally expected for 2009, but due to the global financial and economic crisis analysts were forced to lower their estimates significantly.   While some IT users are expected to postpone or cancel some of the planned IT projects, industry insiders expect IT investments to pick up again in the near future, since companies still need to focus on cost reduction, efficiency increase and compliance. Even though German software companies are very competitive, analysts estimate that ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Seismic Performance of Wine Barrel Stacks
On July 28 the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center provided the venue for a test of “sobering” proportions. UC Berkeley researchers, lead by civil engineering graduate student Joshua Marrow, performed a series of earthquake shaking table tests on a popular wine barrel stacking system used by vintners throughout California and the western United States. The tests were part of the Wine Industry Seismic Hazard Reduction Project. The intention of the tests was to determine the level of seismic hazard posed to stacked wine barrel inventories and to investigate possible methods to mitigate the ...
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Physical assets refer to commodities (gold, silver, copper, etc.), real estate (land or buildings), wine, art and other tangible assets. You will hear people use various terns such as commodities, real assets and other loosely defined terms. The physical assets have value if someone wants to put the assets to productive use. Gold will also have a value as an alternative to paper currency. Shares of stock in a publicly traded company are considered a financial asset where you are one of many owners of the company. Or you can buy shares in an index or fund made up of a group of companies. The performance of the shares can depend ...