Business & Industry

Feb 1, 2015

Sure Values

White Shark Investments was created with the clear and unchanged objective of allowing an elite group of investors to apply capital in artwork with a guaranteed level of safety and reduced risk.

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White Shark Investments is a company that gathers many years of experience, linked with a high standards of professionalism amongst their employees. Supported on a global network and recognised experience, their account managers will work hard to provide the best possible results to the company clients.
It starts with a personal interview to understand the client's perspectives and then initiate the admission process.

There are two major factors that will define the portfolio; the client's personal preferences and the market evolution.
On that note White Shark Investments will work continuously to offer the more appropriate solutions, through constant monitoring and with the best possible treatment.

White Shark Investments also provides consulting services regarding restoration of antiques and sacred art, guaranteeing its preservation and promoting the work of artisans in an effort to keep the historical heritage of all pieces.

With the knowledge and a strong financial background, the company aims to add value to the investors' assets in a short, medium and long terms, having always as a priority the protection of the capital invested.

The goal is to grow as an idependent group, being faithfull to the core values: privacy, innovation, dedication, transparency, professionalism and excellence.

Art has a prominent position on the highest profitable investments. In the recent years art investors have been standing out in the markets.
It's common knowledge that art investors have a sustained growth and profits which give the art trade a great position as an alternative to financial investments.
With positive speculation in the art world and with the transactions well documented, there is an increasing number of art collectors, many of them with strategic investments in this market.
As opposed to real estate and financial markets, artwork does not depreciate when the economy is slumping. The art trade is considered to be less volatile and sensitive to economic crisis, social and political unrest and external factors that affect the real estate and financial markets.

This alternative investment is, in fact, fascinating.
The benchmarking on art totally counter any economic downturn, with the art dealers and auction houses setting new records.
Art investments have provided through the centuries excellent investments and over the last decades took a leading position over the more conservative investment areas.
However, investing in art with us is as simple as investing in trust funds or stock markets, the art trade is growing in interest and becoming more popular with different age groups.

There are several financial institutions that deal with art to increase the value of their estate. These institutions are aware of the financial market swings that often unables them to protect their investments on these options.

One of the main advantages of investing in art is to, even on economical unstable periods, guarantee the stability, profitability and safety of the investors.

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