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Articles tagged: Tangible Assets

Trademarks are a type of intangible assets

The Value of Your Company’s Intangible Assets

In a business sale, tangible assets can be more desirable than physical assets, which may have strings attached (like mortages and union contracts).

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Food like carrots and beets are examples of tangible assets

Surviving the Apocalypse with Alternative Assets

When the apocalypse hits, assets like gold won’t help you survive. Why should you invest in tangible assets such as farmland and water instead? 

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3 Tangible Asset Investments to Delight Your Inner Child

Get high returns by diversifying your portfolio with tangible assets like sports memorabilia, fine art and precious metals. Invest in an existing hobby and diversify with your diversion.

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The Most Popular Hobby in the World: A Look at Collecting Rare Stamps

Wealthy Still Investing In Stamps Amid Overall Slide in Value

Billionaire Philatelists Chase Trophy Specimens There’s been a dramatic divergence of fates in the world of stamp collecting when it comes to investment values. Billionaires still trophy hunt ultra-rare specimens, but most stamps have seen their values collapse due to dwindling demand. Is Investing In Stamps Now Just for the Wealthy? At the rarified end of […]

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You Cannot Eat or Drink Gold

From natural disaster after natural disaster, to terrorist act after terrorist act, there are a lot of things going down in the world right now. The Survivalism Industry (did you know that was even a “thing?”) has even started to go mainstream. If you need evidence, just consider that Costco is now selling a year’s […]

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Investing in Comic Books Can Be a Blast in More Ways Than One

Super Gains for Superheroes? Check out Investing in Comics

Is Investing in Comics Big Money, Big Fun- or Both? If you’ve ever thought that investing in comics is for the birds, you could be missing out. It’s well-known that diversifying your portfolio with hard, tangible assets is a sound choice. But how much money can comic book investing actually garner? There are conflicting notions […]

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Kenny G Investing in Stuff is Good Entertainment- and Good Business

Best-selling smooth jazz musician Kenneth Gorelick, affectionately known by his stage name, Kenny G, doesn’t drink coffee, but he does own some. Are you buying it? Actually, you probably are. That’s because it’s not just ANY coffee business–it’s Starbucks. As an early investor in the Seattle chain, Gorelick’s stock soared after the company’s IPO — […]

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Timeshare Ownership is the Fabulous Getaway You’ll Never Escape

Timeshares are one of those things people love to hate. Sort of like network marketing or President Trump. Lots of bad press, but enough positive aspects and flashy hype that people keep coming back wanting more. But are they really as bad as they seem? Timeshare Ownership: The Frenemy of the Real Estate World While […]

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Real Estate Investment Portfolio Diversity

Real Estate Investment Portfolio Diversity is Sound Strategy

Experienced financial advisors point out to clients that real estate investment portfolio diversity will help reduce risk in their overall portfolio. You can achieve this in the stock market by purchasing several different stocks, or by investing in a fund that holds multiple stocks. Diversification in real estate works much the same way. Investors can […]

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Gold Investments Remain a Stable Choice Despite Economic Uncertainty

The Gold Standard Skittish Baby Boomers and their financial advisors seeking retirement investments that might act as a shock absorber to their portfolios during volatile times are increasingly turning to the age-old fallback plan: Gold investments. This enduring asset class once again appears to be a standby option for those made nervous because of heightened […]

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