How is wine investment comparing with gold’s performance in 2021? The traditional ‘safe haven’ asset, the yellow metal is looking a little tarnished at the end of Q3 with a negative performance YTD compared to fine wine’s best year on record.
The Bank of England Governor has warned of “a growing case to raise interest rates”. Should you be looking at fine wine investment to protect capital as inflation forecasts grow to be in reach of 5% this year?
The headlines this month are doing nothing for consumer confidence. August’s record inflation level could see a rising trajectory this Autumn as increasing issues with supply chains hit home and now energy companies are going bust. Investors seeking growth and safe-havens look at fine wine’s continued stable growth…
Alternative assets have become increasingly attractive to investors looking at new ways to get returns in recent years. They generally offer a balance to equity performance and the potential to diversify an investment portfolio against market risk. We look at fine wine’s performance with equities and how you can benefit from this ‘real asset’.
What is the difference between collecting fine wine compared to investing in it? Arguably it might be as simple as the heart making the decision to purchase rather than the head. Collection may be driven more by passion where investment be based on performance, trends, influencing factors and attitude to risk. Are you a ‘canny collector’ or ‘passionate investor’ ?
Liv-ex has just published its most traded and top price performing wines in this most extraordinary year. The leading wines have returned growth over 20% since December 2019, with a Bordeaux stalwart seeing 37% growth …
Chancellor’s Sunak’s review and spending plans for 2021 set out in the House of Commons yesterday made for a pretty sobering reality check, but are fine wine investors well positioned to hedge recession and market volatility ahead?
When you compare the performance of staple equity and fine wine investments such as Rolls Royce and Screaming Eagle the results speak for themselves and illustrate why every investor should be considering diversifying their portfolio with fine wine.
It’s not new news that fine wine has a demonstrable track record of delivering long-term stable growth and protecting capital during periods of economic stress and recession. 2020 has illustrated this asset performance with absolute clarity during a global pandemic.