Wine Investing Could Be More Lucrative Than Gold Announces Scaleogy.com

Scaleogy.com has released a new article about why wine investing could be more lucrative than gold investing. This is a very interesting read and opens ones eyes to the huge potential of fine wine investment.

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Wine Investing Through Scaleogy

Wine Investing Through Scaleogy

We have some incredible investments, most of which are on a first come first served basis, so it's important to get involved before someone else beats you to it

London (PRWEB UK) 24 January 2013

Scaleogy Ltd is an umbrella company that's dedicated to luxury, lifestyle and investing have released a new article entitled 'Wine Investing vs Gold Investing'.

The article explains why precious metals are a great investment but not the only one investors should be looking at if they want to make serious returns.

Wine investing is really becoming the next 'gold rush' with huge returns being made by many savvy investors. But why is that?

Here is an example for gold. In 1833 the price of an ounce of Gold is registered at around $20 and that same nugget today is worth approximately $1670. This means that the price has gone appreciated 83 times in 180 years.

But compare this to some wines and it can really shock people. For example, a single bottle of d’Yquem from Sauternes 1787, probably sold retrospectively for $100, will today fetch over $191,000.

The wine investing article can be seen on Scaleogy.com.

Scaleogy Ltd have recently launched their Bespoke Investments And Acquisitions platform which enables investors to find out the latest investment opportunities from Art to Wine, Private Jets to Property.

Scaleogy Ltd founder Ben Hulme says "Interest rates are shocking and leaving your money in the bank just isn't an option for many people anymore so we are offering many different investment opportunities to our members who are looking to make their money grow in other ways. We have some incredible investments, most of which are on a first come first served basis, so it's important to get involved before someone else beats you to it".

Check out the full article, Wine Investing vs Gold Investing on Scaleogy.com.


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