Vint Explains How to Make Money Investing in Wine in New Blog Post
Vint, a company based in Richmond, VA, has recently published a blog post that explains how investors can make money investing in wine. The article points out that wine investing has been shown to be less volatile than investing in stocks or real estate. Thus, supplementing an investment portfolio with wine investments will not just offer the benefit of diversifying the portfolio but it will also help the investor in managing the risks. According to historical data, wine investments have been providing positive results for years and that based on previous performance there doesn’t seem to be as much volatility in values, in contrast to other kinds of investments.
It is important to note that wine investing offers an exciting investment opportunity because the prices of fine wines have risen by more than 127 percent during the last 10 years. However, it is also important to know the type of wine that would provide the best return on investments. While previously the best way to ensure that one is investing in the right type of wine is to consider the classic regions like Bordeaux, currently, wine investment opportunities have diversified to include wines from regions around the world.
One example of a new hot region is wines from Tuscany, which are known as SuperTuscans. This type of wines has exhibited strong performance in recent years along with Italian wines, in general. When choosing a type of wine, investors will always need to consider certain factors, such as age-worthiness of the wined, longevity, scarcity, price appreciation, and critic ratings. An important tip provided by the article is to ensure that the wine that one is considering to invest it improves with age. This is because historical data has revealed that investment prices are positively correlated with wine development and supply.
Fine wine offers a great way to have an alternative investment because it is also easy to invest in it. With the help of Vint, investors can buy as little as one share, which costs less than $70, in a collection of the best wines in the world. In the past, wine investors had to spend thousands of dollars, while others spend more than a million dollars to invest in fine wine.
Vint makes it easy for wine investors to make money. The company tracks markets and prices to determine those wines that will offer the best returns in the future. They also make use of their networks of partners that include exchanges, retailers, wine auctions and more in order to optimize the sale opportunities.
Nick King, co-founder of Vint, says, “There are a number of reasons why you should invest in wine. First, fine wine, historically, generates strong returns. Fine wine has returned over 9% annually and has low volatility over the long-term. Wine has offered diversification benefits in both good times and bad times. In 2008, the S&P 500 dropped 38%, while wine remained stable. Third, you can invest in something you are passionate about. Historical data provided by Liv-Ex.”
They choose wines for their collections carefully based on the theme of the collection and what they believe to have a high probability of increasing in value. They utilize a combination of their proprietary data set and fundamental assessment to increase the chances of getting the best returns in the wine market. They have an advisory board with more than 50 years of experience in the wine market to guide them.
Founded in 2019 by Nick King and Patrick Sanders, Vint is a wine and spirits investment platform with the goal of providing an investor-friendly way for people to invest in fine wine and spirits. What distinguishes them from their competitors is that they are transparent and SEC-qualified, thus allowing investors to know exactly what wines are included in their portfolio. Meanwhile, the company is also considering the possibility of expanding into alternative trading systems.
People who would like to learn more about fine wine investing can visit the Vint website, or contact them through the telephone or via email. Vint is currently scaling their business to 7-figures in revenue and is actively accepting new investors.
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