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Investing in the arts

Washington (State). Governor"s Blue Ribbon Arts Task Force.

Investing in the arts

recommendations to Governor Locke on state support for the arts

by Washington (State). Governor"s Blue Ribbon Arts Task Force.

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Published by The Task Force in [Olympia, Wash.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Washington (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Art patronage -- Washington (State),
    • Arts -- Washington (State) -- Finance.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGovernor"s Blue Ribbon Arts Task Force.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNX742.W2 W37 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination11 p. :
      Number of Pages11
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL489366M
      LC Control Number98219824
      OCLC/WorldCa40077114

        As with much of the investment landscape, the biggest returns when investing in art are at the very top of the spectrum. The Mei Moses World All Art Index (a somewhat controversial but widely . As comic books gained in popularity and the people who owned them got older, value began to be placed on comics. With the release of comic book characters into pop culture through movies and television, however, there was a marked rise in the value of those classic comic : Aaron Albert.

      In , it launched a managed art portfolio service targeted at private investors who want to build up an art collection for investment. The minimum investment for this type of fund is $1m over.   The book draws parallels from different streams of arts or sciences with the investing world, including physics, biology, psychology, philosophy, mathematics, etc. The conclusion is in line with Charlie Munger's investing philosophy - that This book is different from most investing-related books /5.

      If you invest $10, today at 6%, you will have $10, in one year ($10, x ). Now let's say that rather than withdraw the $ gained from interest, you keep it in there for another year. If you continue to earn the same rate of 6%, your investment File Size: KB. The art of investment. This book covers the following topics: Foundation of Investment, Business of the Industrials, Business Barometers, The Lines of Defense and Attack in Investment, The Course Of The Stock Market, Course OF the Bond Market, Classes and Types of Securities, Catch Phrases and Formulae of Investment.


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