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A SQUARE: The long term impact of equity prices on art prices

Thursday, December 10, 2009
The current market environment, a sample portfolio and long term price development.

A SQUARE :: 10Dec09 A SQUARE: The long term impact of equity prices on art prices
Category Art
Author Florian Guldner
- The current market environment – A surging appetite for investing in art: AMCI performance and a Riflemaker portfolio
- Research: The long-term impact of equity prices and top incomes on art prices
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