Art Market Data Analytics, Profitable Alternative Investments Membership Launch

LOT-ART has been created specifically for interested art investors and collectors who are seeking to enjoy high capital diversification benefits by moving into the realm of alternative or ‘passion’ investments. What LOT-ART offers its members is detailed and comprehensive market data analytics distilled from the world’s leading auction houses; data that will effectively allow them to gauge the true market value of any piece of fine art and its likely future performance and liquidity.

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LOT-ART has been launched as the fine art market continues to grow and outperform other alternative investments. As Knight Frank’s Luxury Investment Index reveals, art continues to be the best performing ‘asset of passion,’ following on from its notable 29% value rise in 2022.

While traditional investments like shares and bonds gain their value on purely financial terms, the founders and data analysts behind LOT-ART know that art’s value is much more complex. As they explain, its value is dependent upon factors like its cultural and historical worth, its aesthetic brilliance, the esteem its artist is held in and the ‘passion’ the piece evokes in buyers, as well as the governing artistic trends and tastes of both the current and future market it will be bought and sold in.

Therefore, they believe that any interested investor can benefit from the financially driven and unarguable facts of the data they have analyzed, which aggregates thousands of auction sales to reveal the most profitable pieces and the best prices.

LOT-ART’s new platform has a host of intuitive features designed to help members secure the best buys at the best prices and their new site also has a category search alerts function which will ensure that interested investors never miss a new piece that is coming to auction.

LOT-ART is the new home for art investment in Europe, North America and Oceania.

Francesco Gibbi, the Founder and CEO of the membership platform, said, “Art as investment follows similar rules to most common financial products, but it is more rewarding in terms of emotional feelings and less sensitive to macroeconomic factors. When combined with sound expertise, purchasing at auction is the best source of good deals for any collector seeking alternative investment opportunities.”

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