Investment in Fine Art Market Versus Investment in Financial Instruments
The art market has been seen always as an area of excellence, where only the elected people can understand the mysteries of the specific of the arts. Although there might be both investments in assets, the investment in art and the investment in financial instruments are different. This paper explores the differences between these two types of investments.
Keywords: art investment, art value, art price
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