Art Index International

[13/10/14] 

Variety, as they say, is the spice of life.

Whether it’s having active pursuits that balance your sedentary desk job; building a line-up of completely unrelated business ventures; or even staying in with your femme du jour rather than spending another night in the bars of LKF, we all feel the need to have a little diversity in our lives. After all, all work and no play made Jack a dull boy, and the urbane modern gent is never dull.

But diversification is never more important than when considering your investment portfolio, and with Asia-based Art Index International, you can hedge your bets with an increasingly popular investment choice. Fine art has become a favourite alternative investment vehicle thanks to its ability to bring steady returns, despite any economic upheaval. With Art Index International, you’ll work with an Art Advisor to develop your investment strategy and choose works of art that fit your brief and budget. And while you could hang them on a wall and admire them, you can also make your investments work for you. Through Art Index International’s corporate art rental service, you can lease your artwork to corporate offices, and be guaranteed an immediate return of seven to 10.25 percent – on top of potential capital appreciation - giving you a latent monthly income stream.

Diversity is a beautiful thing. 

 


 

Art Index International
www.artindexinternational.com


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