Insider Hints About Art Investment

by David Jenyns on January 30, 2008

In almost any trade, dealers need working capital. The art investment industry is an example. In addition to the buying season and the large dollar amounts of inventory, there is a slack or no-selling season in the summer. Very many dealers go to Europe every summer to buy and this expense adds to the need for seasonal funds.


At the present time the larger art investment dealers have tremendous trouble in getting good paintings for their stock, and for the most part they do not need funds. The medium size and smaller dealers do, however, and I have from time to time invested in their notes. There are many unscrupulous dealers and wholesalers, as well as manufacturers of all types located here, but there are also good dealers, and my experience runs to the field of art investment.

There is always a trade from the smaller art investment dealers to the larger ones. The larger dealer may give a note to the smaller dealer. If you have a large amount to invest, buying art and other “real” objects might be a good option for you.

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