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Brazil’s super rich have changed their investment tastes as a result of the country’s ongoing economic turbulence and are now ploughing money into items that are less attention-grabbing than supercars and ostentatious bling. Many wealthy families and investors are now said to be shying away from the spotlight and, while

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According to new research, Millennials are increasingly looking at art as a commercially sound investment, in stark contrast to those older investors who viewed it solely in terms of its aesthetic appeal. The research from US Trust found that 55 per cent of Millennials invested in and collected art for

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Wealthy investors are increasingly favouring so-called ‘treasure assets’ when it comes to opting for financial vehicles in which to place their money. As well as having a sense of nostalgia, this asset class – which includes collectibles such as historic cars, books, figurines and music memorabilia – also carries a

Lee Man Fong - Bali Life - Art Investment

The words ‘Southeast Asian art’ have been on the lips of increasing numbers of investors in recent months, with many believing that the genre could be the next big thing for the art market. The art-form has been rocking the art world’s boat in the last two to three years,

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Choosing art and collectibles as an alternative investment vehicle for your cash can be a fun, as well as potentially lucrative, approach to growing your money. Once seen as a route open only to the very wealthy, there are now ways to make smaller investments in art and collectibles without