Vint Provides an Overview of Fine Wine Investing
July 01, 2021 at 16:01
Vint, which is based in Richmond, VA, has recently published a blog post that provides an overview of fine wine investing. The article explains the advantages of investing in fine wine. It also offers some tips and examines several reasons for investing in fine wines. It points out that while the stock market is a very popular form of investing, most of the world’s stocks have not been performing well. In contrast, fine wine investing is not affected by the performance of the international stock market. Fine wine investments are, therefore, low risk, while offering a potential for significant returns.
Historically, fine wine has been observed to provide strong returns on investment. It has returned more than 9 percent annually while having low volatility for a relatively long period of time. It has also been used as a great way to diversify during good times and even in bad times. Historical data supports fine wine as a great investment. For instance, in 2008, while the S&P decreased by 38 percent, fine wine remained stable.
Nick King, co-founder and CEO of Vint, says, “Investing in fine wines can help diversify your portfolio while also decreasing its overall risk profile. Although many global stocks have seen sluggish gains or downward falls during the pandemic, the fine wine market has remained stable. If you have more questions about fine wine investing, or would like to start building a fine wine investment profile of your own, sign up and join the Vint community of wine investors today.”
Since fine wine is a form of investment, it is advisable to do some research about it before finally deciding to invest. The article advises investors to know which individual wines or regions are performing well. It is also a good idea to consider what experts are saying regarding the future of certain vintages. And just like with other investments, it is good practice to diversify fine wine investments. While it is a low-risk type of investment, investing in just one is not a good idea. It is advisable to pick at least two different regions or producers for diversification
Vint allows people to have access to fine wine as a form of investment, allowing people to enjoy the benefits of this particular type of investment. The Vint fine wine collections have several unique features.
First is transparency. The Vint fine wine collections have all been qualified by the SEC and are totally transparent. They provide investors their investment thesis and data supporting their collections.
Second is the low risk nature of the investments. The Vine fine wine collections are all carefully and properly stored and insured with shares below $50. They have made the process low risk and it is easy for anyone to begin investing in fine wine.
Third is that there are no annual fees. Vint does not require annual fees. They align their incentives with investors by buying shares alongside their investors and taking a sourcing fee.
Vint was established in June 2019 to provide a platform where investors can purchase shares in collections of fine wine, spirits, and other similar items. Investors need not worry because the platform is regulated by the SEC, with each offering having an SEC-qualified offering circular. Those interested can read about the offering at the SEC website.
Based on the theme of the collection, Vint chooses wines that they believe have a strong potential of rising in value. They apply a combination of their proprietary data set and fundamental analysis to boost the probability of earning the best returns in the wine market. This is possible because their advisory board has more than 50 years of experience in the wine market.
Vint earns money by taking a small sourcing fee for each offering. They use this fee to keep the platform up and running. Also, they align themselves with investors and buys between 0.5 percent and 10 percent of each offering.
Those who are interested in learning more about how to invest in fine wine can check out the Vint website, or contact them on the phone or through email.
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