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Wine Investing Expertise

Thursday, December 13, 2007
Long-term fundamentals seem to remain in tact because the great Chateaux aren’t making any more wine.

A SQUARE :: 13Dec07 Wine Investing Expertise
Category Wine Investing
Author Sona Blessing
Like equities it is a fragmented market and there are relative calls that can be made – this gives rise to arbitrage opportunities. In graphic terms, imagine plotting the different Chateaux horizontally and then vertically looking at the same wine from ’96 to 2000. As with stock investing, one needs to be disciplined
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