Hedge funds see art beginning to take its place as an asset class

Artful dodgers


Despite perceived problems in the art investment market, a handful of hedge fund managers attempting to harness its potential are keen to demonstrate just how well they are doing.

Art is considered a kooky way of diversifying a portfolio and investing in it has been limited due to liquidity and volatility fears.

While many believe the hedge fund industry is set to exploit and develop the market, this will not be an easy feat. Expert advice is hard to come by and it can be difficult ensuring

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