Seen this? 'What the wealthy collected while the market slept'

This week I'm going to leave the talking to someone else.

Because if you have any interest in the investment potential of the finest collectibles, you'll want to read this CNBC article.

It discusses the profits offered over the last decade by several leading collectibles sectors. You can see the figures below:

1 Year

5 Year

10 Year

Classic Cars

+23%

+115%

+395%

Coins

+25%

+93%

+248%

Stamps

+9%

+72%

+216%

Fine Art

0%

+92%

+199%

Fine Wine

-19%

+7%

+166%

Jewelry

+9%

+77%

+140%

Chinese Ceramics

+0.4%

+54%

+85%

Watches

+8%

+27%

+76%

Furniture

-9%

-12%

-18%

Source: Knight Frank

You'll see that towards the bottom of the piece, Barclays' Greg Davies emphasises the importance of only investing in the sector if you "have a high level of expertise".

Acquiring that expertise sounds long and painstaking.

But it doesn't have to be.

Because I've done all the hard work for you.

Email or call me today and I'll be delighted to provide you with the inside track on the best investments in each collectibles area.

+44 (0)117 933 9500 or info@paulfrasercollectibles.com.

All the best

Paul

Paul Fraser

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