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by Feb 5, 2021bundle, News, Wine Trading Academy0 comments

Photo: Martyna Jovaišaitė Paukštė, for Alti Wine Exchange

Photo: Martyna Jovaišaitė Paukštė, for Alti Wine Exchange

Dear reader,

Starting last year, we’ve been setting out lots of contents to help you get into what’s most important about fine wine investment: tips, market insights, indexes for investors and perspectives for the future for everyone who wants to invest in wine – and profit!

As the world’s first open marketplace for retail clients, institutions and brokers to trade fine and rare wines as digital tokens, we offer customers the best wines for investment and the possibility of easy trading on our blockchain marketplace.

But we also seek to help you make the best decision for great long-term gains and protection from market uncertainties and volatilities.

What you need to know to invest in fine wine

Investing in fine wine is very profitable and can be extremely helpful to protect your portfolio in the long term, but there are a few issues you should be aware of before and during your investment decisions.

First of all, knowing the difference between regular and fine wine. Julien Miquel’s opening video is also of great help!

The five most important things you need to know upfront in terms of fine wine investment are:

  1. This is a long-term investment

  2. Mind the allocation

  3. Know the wine(s) you are investing in

  4. Stay aware and build trust

  5. Attention to taxes and costs

To know each in details, we have a special article for you!

Investment opportunities you should be aware of

First things first: be sure to check out the currently available wines on our platform, as they are carefully sourced for their top investment-grade potential!

While many more news are yet to come, download our 2020 wine and finance investment report to get acquainted and start trading!

And, of course, keeping up to date with our news, tips and offers is a must:

But back to opportunities: starting 2020, we’ve been having articles with great market insights from senior financial analyst Sergey Glekov, who employs analytic and statistical rigour to investigate the best trends regarding investment-grade wines and the fine wine investment market – so much that he has put together our very own wine price indexes.

Here are his articles:

Our wine investment tips in blog posts

Our market and analytical insights to invest in fine wine are just below. They include tips, offers and analyses from our team and from our founding member Paulo Pinto.

As we said it, if you’re new in the world of wine investment, don’t forget to check out these crucial things you need to know to invest in fine wine.

Until next time!

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