It’s Q&A Wednesday!The question we have for this week is:
What is the best way to invest $20-30K?
Buying fine wine as an asset is a fairly low-key investment. Primarily because it is a wasting asset. Because wine can be drank and consumed, this reflects well with most countries tax laws and can be an added advantage with tax relief. You should check with your tax advisor in your own country, but generally, this is quite normal. Secondly, fine wine is a low-key investment because it is considered as a stable yet low return investment. Should you choose to buy a higher risk investment wine, they, of course, come with potentially higher returns.
Nevertheless, as with any higher risk and higher return investment, the return could be zero or negative. If you go for the higher rated wines that form part of a recognised classification like the 1855 classification, this is well recognised globally, and they have many rules and regulations that are governed by the EU to produce the limited supply of bottles in each vintage.
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