Should I buy Contemporary Art as an investment?

Devo comprar Arte Contemporânea como investimento?

Invest in Arte?
the market of art continues to grow, yet many investors continue to assume that they are locked out of this market, seeing art as an investment for the ultra-rich. As a result, unfortunately, most individual investors do not own art as an investment. Obviously, most investors don't have millions of dollars for a Claude Monet painting, but there are more investment opportunities in this market. Find out how to invest quickly here.

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Quick guidelines for buying Art as investment
1.Emerging/young artists
While it's important that you divert your resources to invest in well-known and widely accepted work, you can also check out the work being created by emerging artists. Check out P55.ART's top emerging artists here. It is advisable not to fund all your funds on emerging artists and have both.
2.Focus on an artistic movement
Focus your attention on studying a movement instead of randomly buying pieces that appeal to you. The more you focus on one category (landscape, dead nature, abstract, mythology, urban art, etc.), you will get to know the market for that movement/category better and better.
3.Start slow
Don't rush with your investments! Set an amount to spend each year. This will also give you enough time to gauge market response.
4.Keep up to date with the latest national and international trends.
Most information is available online. This way you will always be in line with the demand for a certain genre of art!
5. Be firm and negotiate. When selling, be firm in your prices.

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How to make your first investment in art?
There are many ways to invest in art, each with different degrees of risk and rewards.
High risk and high price: You might try to buy works by an up-and-coming artist, hoping you've found the next Banksy. A unique painting or sculpture can one day be worth much more than you paid for.
Low risk and low price: Instead of buying an original, you can choose to buy a print of an original painting or drawing. Many artists and galleries produce limited edition prints of certain works. A high quality limited edition print can be very valuable and costs a fraction of the price of the original. Low risk and high price: you can buy pieces from "blue-chip" artists such as Andy Warhol, which generally hold value but offer less capital appreciation or upside. Blue-chip artists are those whose works have the most stable value and are not subject to fads and speculation.

Invest in NFTs?
Another new area in the digital art market is NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. These art pieces are non-physical digital forms of trackable and verifiable artwork. The benefit of having NFT artwork is having artwork with digital integrity that cannot be replaced.
Art NFTs are supported by the blockchain network. Blockchain offers transparency, authenticity and more liquidity, which allows investors to transact easily.
Some of the world's greatest works of art, by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Vincent van Gogh, Monet and others, are available on the NFT market. NFTs offer a new approach to investing in art that many people are not familiar with.

How can I buy an NFT?
1.Visit an NFT marketplace. Investors interested in art NFTs can access websites that allow them to buy directly. Alternatively, they can go to a marketplace that offers NFTs.
2. Have a digital wallet. Regardless of the platform used to buy these assets, you need a digital wallet and add currency to be able to spend. As NFTs are normally an Ethereum-based asset, you can use Ether tokens as a payment method.
3.Buy works of art that you like. Browse and discover the products that interest you.
4.For NFTs, it's important to invest in products created by artists who have a long-term vision.

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Investing in Art can be a good option if:
— Likes art and is willing to research on this topic.
— It seeks to diversify its investments.
— You are willing to own a work of art indefinitely.

Avoid art as an investment if:
— Expect returns that outperform the stock market.
— He has no interest in exhibiting the works he buys.
— You want to be able to liquidate your holdings quickly and easily.
Always buy artwork that makes you happy and it will always be a good investment.

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