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Fine Violins - I

Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Investing in stringed instruments has the potential to deliver uncorrelated to the financial market returns, that are stable (8-12%p.a.) with low volatility.

A SQUARE :: 29Aug07 Fine Violins - I
Category Collectibles: Violins
Faculty Florian Leonhard
Expertise Violin-led Investing
Author Sona Blessing
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Supply constrained as contemporary violin makers cannot rival the craftsmanship of 17th -18th c. luthiers
Strong demand as these instruments are irreplaceable for classical performances
Locked-in appreciation afforded by the scarcity value of the stringed instrument
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