Worthy Investment

Worthy Investment

by Westgarth Wines January 15, 2019

If falling stocks have you worried about spending on wine, think again. The best investments of 2018 were art, wine, and cars. Luxury investments have a staying power—there will always be a market for products people love. Wine investors have seen a 10.2 % gain this year. Also contributing to this rise are emerging markets’ interest in luxury goods and Brexit jitters bringing down sterling, wine’s main trade currency, and creating a buying opportunity for international investors. Go ahead, get that magnum. If all else fails you can still enjoy drinking it.

Related link: The Best Investments of 2018? Art, Wine and Cars





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