these challenging times, many investors are turning to tangible
investment products, such as Art
and Precious Metals!
no secret that our government is seemingly
printing new money to inject into the
economy. Whether or not this "credit markup"
by the Fed can ultimately lead to a seriously devalued
dollar is anyone's guess.
think it can happen? Less than a hundred years ago it happened
in Germany -- printing excessive amounts of money led to paper
money that was cheaper
to be used as WALLPAPER, than buying the real thing!
is some currency that I have, which is virtually worthless,
This is one of the reasons that smart investors today are considering
alternative investment options to add to their long-term
Precious metals is one of them. For example, gold
and silver are going to hold their own value, should the
dollar lose any more of its value. And they are investments
that a person can physically own and hold, unlike the
"faith" value (fiat) of a printed currency. (There
was a time when our U.S. Dollar was backed by gold -- it no
Art is another investment choice,
for those considering a long term investment! Besides being
able to physically own the artwork, you receive the added
value of having a great work to admire each day!
are links to valuable information related to art, including
art collecting, the art market, etc.
most important thing to remember is that you should really
love the artwork that you are buying. After all,
you should enjoy your investment, and not necessarily
lock it away like a stock certificate!
Note that a framed print or poster will not
necessarily go up in value, unless it is part of a limited
edition/lithograph by the artist!
Virtually ALL of the artwork that you see at LaGasse Gallery
is considered original, and is hand-painted by the artist.
The exception are the fine-art giclees that we offer,
which are clearly marked as such.
March 11, 2010, Forbes announced that Slim claims the
title of world's richest person with a net worth of $53.5 billion,
toppling Bill Gates from the distinctive position!
keeps his art at Mexico City's Museo
Soumaya, according to Mark Stevenson, Associated Press Writer.
Does that mean that you need to be a billionaire to own real
Absolutely not! You can purchase real paintings right
here on this website that will fit your budget -- from only
several hundred to several thousand dollars.
These are paintings that were hand painted and signed
by the artist. Your painting is carefully packaged, insured,
and shipped to your door!
Additionally, we are so confident that you will love
your painting even more in person that we offer our 100%
to Ernest Beck, you won't start with Warhols and
Klimts - but you can work your way up to them.
He shows you how...
buying art make you rich? Buying the right art
as an Investment' Article - New York Times, 1890
you can see from the above article, dated June 1890, investing
in art is not something new!
the idea is to buy art that moves you in some
way. In doing so, you can be sure that, as time goes by,
you will not regret it. On the contrary, the uplifting
mood that artwork can provide you on a daily basis
will only reinforce your wise decision!