Tangible assets provide diversity to worried Eurozone investors



2015-06-26 12:41:23

Tangible assets provide diversity to worried Eurozone investors

With the Eurozone set for contraction in 2012, many investors are diversifying with tangible assets

The Eurozone economy is set to suffer a best-case scenario 0.6% contraction in 2012, according to new figures.

The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) states that the figure would be achieved only if the "Euro problem is solved".

It predicts the economy will shrink by 2% if the Eurozone does not show signs of a return to health.

The news suggests European stock markets could be in for a rough year.

The FTSEurofirst 300, which tracks the value of Europe's 300 largest companies, is currently down 10% on a year ago.

It's little wonder increasing numbers of investors are looking to diversify with tangible assets.

There are currently superb investment opportunities available to collectors in the hugely enjoyable classic cartoon art sector.

Original works by Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz are in great demand, as befits a comic strip that has appeared in newspapers in 75 different countries.

Charles Schulz This Schulz artwork is available now for 25,000 (approx. $38,440)

Schulz died in 2000.The small, finite number of original Schulz works are today contested bya growing body of nostalgic collectors.

In 2007, six original Peanuts panels were sold at auction for $193,000, while in 2008 two hand drawn Peanuts comic strips sold for $85,000 each.

We have a large 23" x 31" Schulz sketch of the ever-popular Snoopy, signed by the artist, available for a less eye-watering 25,000 (approx. $38,440). It comeswith our 120% guarantee.

Few Schulz sketches exist in such large dimensions.

As with all our stock items, you will also receive:

A certificate of authenticity with lifetime moneyback guarantee

Free insured delivery

Free storage (if required)

You can view the work as a strong addition to your investment portfolio, or simply as an excellent example of cartoon art, drawn and signed by one of the industry's finest exponents.

Or you may wish to take a look at our other rare pieces of cartoon art for sale.

To purchase the item or to discuss other tangible assets suitable for investment, contact us at:


+44 (0) 117 933 9503

Orclick here to register your interestin investing in tangible assets.

"Paul Fraser knows collectibles like Warren Buffett knows stocks, or Bill Gross knows bonds."

Dr Steve Sjuggerud, DailyWealth.com

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