Why invest into wines?

A well-diversified portfolio is essential for managing risk and countering periods of volatility in the market. A traditional portfolio includes a mix of stocks and bonds, but there are a host of alternative investment possibilities to choose from. 

Wine investment is one of them. Similar to investing in fine art or antique cars, wine investments center on the acquisition of a tangible asset whose value is expected to appreciate over time. In this case, you're purchasing and storing bottles of wine, in anticipation of selling them at a higher price point later. 

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Fine wine investment

Cult Wines, which trades wine on behalf of private investors, is one of the beneficiaries. The London-based company Cult Wines has seen the assets it manages surge from £33m in 2016 to £121m this year as investors have been drawn back to the sector.

Here we have the relative performance over six months, a short term time frame by any other than a day-trader yardstick. Hands up all those who foresaw an escalation in trade war tensions three months ago, and did something about it, i.e. buy gold. Of course a magician would have bought oil in March and switched into gold in June, but that’s not the way life is.

10 tips for investing into wines

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Focus buying from best estates from the old world

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Provenance & Storing your wines in right term are key

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Use as a diversification tool

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Think through taxes for selling wines in future

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Let professionals to manage your portfolio

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Invest in wines with a medium-long term view

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Understand the associated risks and benefits

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Buy Wines with a high Robert Parker (RP) Score 

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Always check the prices for investment grade wines.

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Invest in wines that offer value and growth potential

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