Guess where the investment funds are putting their money now...
Did you know there is an investment fund devoted to music memorabilia?
Serious professional investors have been diverting their funds towards the world's finest music memorabilia.
And the majority of the fund is aimed in one direction.
In fact 80% of the fund has been dedicated towards Madonna memorabilia.
So what is attracting these hard nosed investors to this Market? Well, for one... Madonna is the most successful female music artist of all time (according to the Guinness Book of World Records).
Her 2008 "Sticky and Sweet" tour grossed $408 million - and remains the highest-grossing tour ever by a solo artist.
But where do investments come into the picture?
Well, the answer lies with the world's top auction houses...
The Queen of Pop's memorabilia items are bringing higher and higher prices at auctions around the world.
And that's brought these items to the attention of City investors.
This includes all kinds of unusual (and iconic items)... Like a Dolce and Gabbana bra worn during her "Live down Under" tour of Australia in 1994.
The bra sold for £8,100 ($12,500) at Sotheby's - more than three times its £2,750 ($4,000) estimate.
Professional investors are getting involved- and they're profiting
Ask Marquee Capital, a UK-based "niche asset management company specialising in alternative investments."
When it says 'alternative investments,' it means things like rare stamps, celebrity memorabilia and autographs.
In fact, Marquee Capital has devoted about 80% of its portfolio to Madonna collectibles.
Even the company itself admits this idea is "overlooked by most discerning investors."
After all, most firms would settle for investing in rare art like a Picasso. Or perhaps the finest Bordeaux wines...
So why did Marquee Capital choose Madonna, the Queen of Pop?
There are three compelling reasons why:
1) Madonna's longevity: Madonna has longevity. She's forged a long and consistent career in a ruthless industry
2) Madonna's legacy is assured: Think that the Queen of Pop will be forgotten? Think again: she is firmly established in 20th century pop history
3) 'Supply/demand imbalance'...
Let's focus on reason number 3 for a moment...
You might already know that the collectibles markets are driven by "supply and demand".
Naturally Madonna's collectibles are, too. But with one crucial difference.
Demand for Madonna's memorabilia consistently outstrips the available supply
That's why auction bidders go into a frenzy when a genuine Madonna piece becomes available on the market.
But why is Madonna's memorabilia so rare?
One reason is Marquee Capital. The firm purchased around 75% of the total Madonna memorabilia available back in 2006.
A shrewd move by Marquee Capital - a move which has served the company well.
But Marquee Capital aren't sellers. Instead, they plan to hold their investment for the long-term.
So what if you want to get involved - without the charges inflicted by an investment fund?
What if you want to diversify your portfolio with rare memorabilia...
But you have absolutely no desire, or intention of, joining an investment fund?
What are your other options...
Well, let me show you...
As I said, Madonna's memorabilia is extremely rare and valued. In terms of collectibility she is comparable to Marilyn Monroe. Incidentally Marilyn's most expensive piece of memorabilia currently stands at $5m, Madonna's at $50,000. There is obvious potential here.
Madonna pieces are very, very rare - and when one appears for sale, collectors pay attention.
That's why a Madonna bra can sell for £8,100 ($12,500), at Sotheby's.
So here's the thing...
What if six Madonna items appeared together at the same time. Six items with a market value of £53,900...?
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This is one of the finest memorabilia collections - if not the finest - available on the markets right now.
And you're among the first to have a chance of investing in it.
Sold individually, these pieces could bring £53,900 - possibly more - on today's market.
But we are offering them all together, as a one-off portfolio. Our price? £39,950.
Of course you may wonder: "How can you offer these unique items at this price level?"
Well, allow me to explain...
The success of our company depends on a strict underlying ethos.
That our loyal readers - and our newsletter subscribers like you - have first access to the finest offers in collectibles. We believe that by offering you access to the finest collectibles, at the best price possible will encourage you to come back to us time and time again.
You see, we are in the business of building long term relationships with our clients.
I'm honoured to have built 35 year relationships with a number of my earliest clients. It's fair to say that longevity only happens if your clients are getting the best service, and the best deal possible.
This sale - and portfolio - is a strict one-off.
So you will need to be quick if you want to have a chance of owning our exclusive Madonna Memorabilia Portfolio.
A professional investment fund already owns the world's largest collection of Madonna memorabilia, and they are holding for the long term.
What we are offering today is undoubtedly the finest collection of Madonna memorabilia available in the world today.
Believe me when I say this is a once-in-a-life opportunity.
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