How do elite investors sidestep market downturns?
2020 has been rough. Some project it may be the worst economic year since the Great Depression.
Ten years ago, when public markets were losing trillions in value, the ultra-wealthy secured their wealth in art — one of the oldest and largest asset classes — and have outperformed the S&P by 180% since.
In fact, according to Citi, art has had the lowest correlation to developed markets of any major asset class (0.13) since 1950. And the art market is projected to balloon from $1.7 trillion to $2.6 trillion in 2026.
Now you can diversify your portfolio with paintings by the all-time greats without having to be a tech squillionaire. We’re talking about masters like: Picasso… Basquiat… Warhol… you get the picture. Masterworks makes investing in art more accessible. The Product Hunt community can use this link to skip their 25,000 waitlist.