Art as Alternative Investment – artmarketblog.com

Art as Alternative Investment – artmarketblog.com

The interest in alternative investments which are those investments that are not one of the traditional investments such as bonds, stocks, cash, money markets etc. has been on the increase in recent years as people seek safer and more stable alternatives to the highly volatile stock market and money markets. Alternative investments such as art attract even more interest in times like these when the traditional investment routes take a battering and begin to look rather unappealing. The Australian Triple J radio station aired a half hour show on alternative investments today which featured some information and advice on investing in art which was provided by myself. If you would like to listen to the show and hear my advice on collecting and investing in art then visit one of the links below which will open the program in the specified formats (section on art investment is near the end of the program).

Hack Half Hour – Alternative Investments

**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of http://www.artmarketblog.com, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications

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3 Responses

  1. all my life in oil paintings…..

  2. The timing couldn’t be better for you to post this. My opening is tomorrow night and I’m going to have the gallery put this baby in plastic and hang it on the wall by their desk!

    Thank you!
    EWW

  3. Hi guys, my name is Elizabat oneand i am in UK doing my graduation and i am basically from

    uk
    i found this website and joined, may be i could make friends over here
    i hope this would be great
    Elizabat one
    Take Care !

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