Why Investing in Art is Actually a Good Idea

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A lot of investors seem to have a stigma against investing in fine art, and they should if they lack expertise in the subject. The fine art market is largely a market all its own, and if you don’t understand how it works, of course you aren’t going to see results. If you know the game and you understand art, however, it’s actually pretty easy to make money investing in art. Continue reading “Why Investing in Art is Actually a Good Idea”

The Costs of Investing in Art

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Before you get started with art collecting, it is imperative that you are familiar with all of the costs you might pay in the process. The list may seem daunting, but don’t let it discourage you. There is plenty of money to made in art with these costs in place, but it is essential that you know what the costs are so you can plan accordingly. Also keep in mind that not all of these costs will apply to everyone in every situation. With that, here is a list of the most common art collecting expenses:  Continue reading “The Costs of Investing in Art”

Cozy Up for Fall!

Fall brings breathtaking beauty and comfort with its dramatic foliage and cooler temperatures, but the season change foretells of potential downsides, too — shorter days, an empty nest, and hectic holidays on the horizon can send many of us over the deep end!  Luckily, being proactive can keep doomsday at bay, and reconnecting with our living space can keep fall stress-free! Continue reading “Cozy Up for Fall!”

The Theory of Art Investing

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You’ll often hear that there is no intrinsic monetary value in art – that it is a false market – and this is true only insofar as there is no intrinsic monetary value in anything. Gold, even, has its price set not by any a priori means but as a result of many market factors that ultimately obscure any sort of platonic “goldness” that may have otherwise dictated value. Some believe that prices are actually a complex reflection of the a priori value of something. Despite which is true, one thing remains the same: The monetary value of art, as with everything, is the price that someone is willing to pay for it. Continue reading “The Theory of Art Investing”