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Fine art is certainly an important subset of the Chinese interest in status purchases, but the investment attributes of art are also main driver fueling the strong appeal amongst collectors.


As Ms. Walton considers the debut of the museum to represent the beginning of the institution’s collecting, Artvest is eager to follow the cultural implications as important works of American Art make their way to Arkansas.

Jeffrey Gundlach

On Asset Allocation for the Ultra High Net Worth: Jeffrey says his own assets are now 2/3rd’s outside of the “financial system” other than his ownership stake in DoubleLine. This means fine art, gold, gemstones, rental property etc. He says the ultra wealthy should have 50% of their assets outside of the financial system.

For various social reasons, Chinese collectors prefer buying at auction rather than privately. As anyone who has been to the auctions in Hong Kong and Beijing will observe, the competitive, social and public aspect of the auction room has made bidding a low-impact sport. Since the record-breaking spring 2007 auction for Buffalo, New York’s Albright-Knox […]

The question of why the art market has seen so many world record prices across various categories over the past 12 months continues to confound market observers. One line of reasoning is that economic uncertainty has created volatile and unpredictable global financial markets – interest rates are at historic lows, and there are no apparent […]

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