Welcome to Stock Investment Analysis. My channel primarily focuses on stock market investing, but for today’s video I am going to talk to you about investing in fine art. I will talk a bit about the pros and cons of investing in art and review a fine art investing platform known as Masterworks which allows investors to buy fractional shares in art that they otherwise would never be able to accord. My goal is for this video to teach you about art as an investment and allows you to make more informed investing decisions when trying to diversify your investments outside of stocks and bonds. Hit the like button to support the channel and make sure you subscribe and hit the bell, so you never miss a future video.

In this video we discuss the pros and cons of investing in art, we discuss the pros and cons of investing through Masterworks, and we discuss my own plans and goals for investing. We take a look at diversification data on art and the returns of investing in art vs stocks on the S&P 500. I give you a walk through for their investment platform and provide some education on historical art returns and how to invest in art.

What are your thoughts on investing in fine art? Would you do it? Have you done it already? Leave your thoughts in the comments below. Please take a quick moment to subscribe as I am creating new videos for you every week. As always, good luck with your investing.

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DISCLOSURE: I have invested in Masterworks.

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