TGCI 232: Investing in ART! Get the basics of what does it even mean!

The Gold Collar Investor

15-05-2023 • 52 mins

In this episode, we interviewed Maria Brito, an experienced art advisor who has acquired over $100 million worth of art for various clients, including celebrities, Fortune 500 CEOs, hedge fund managers, and more.

Art has proven to be a more lucrative investment than traditional options like stocks and bonds. Studies show that art has outperformed the S&P 500, with an average annual return of 7% over the past decade. The art industry has experienced unprecedented sales and attracted new investors in recent years. Today, Maria will guide us through the intricacies of leveraging art in business, highlighting why artists are increasingly seen as a valuable asset class for investors at all levels.

Quotes:

"Getting acquainted with the culture, education, and the value of living with art, as well as owning a piece of culture, is a different experience. Not only does it hold great value for money, but it also offers additional benefits."

Shownotes:

  • 0:45 - Introduction of Guest
  • 11:11 - The Art market is incredibly dynamic, characterized by rapid movements and shifts.
  • 15:03 - Three essential categories to keep an eye on when immersing yourself in the Art Industry.
  • 19:01 - How can you determine the value of a piece of art?
  • 25:52 - Analyzing the Movement and Trends shaping the Art Business.
  • 28:20 - It is crucial to have self-confidence in your knowledge and abilities.
  • 33:33 - What are effective strategies for promoting your art both online and offline?
  • 43:55 - Embracing the unknown: Overcoming fears and embracing the excitement of taking a leap. Opportunities for financial gain exist everywhere, so be fearless.

3 Key Points:

  1. Expansion is crucial in art. It is essential to comprehend and appreciate diverse perspectives within the artistic realm.
  2. Art is subjective, yet it is crucial to consider all the elements that contribute to its essence and make it what it truly is.
  3. Both art investors and stock market investors rely heavily on their intuition and instincts, placing significant trust in their decision-making process.

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