If you’ve been considering securing an alternative asset hedge fund, No Time to Die could just be the one you’ve been waiting for. Made up of two of the best wines on earth, their finite supply and growing demand mean that these rare gems are only going to continue growing in value.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to a screeching halt, and the wine industry is no exception. With coronavirus deaths in Europe surpassing those in China, and countries like Italy, France, and Spain being placed on mandated country-wide lockdowns, the Old World is feeling the heat.
4 Reasons Why A Coronavirus Infected Financial Market Is the Best Time To Invest In Fine Wine and Vineyards. Fine wine investments are a good idea in down times like these because they “hedge” against drastic market changes like a recession or inflation.
In just three months, from September to November 2019, our One Glass is Not Enough fund moved from #3 to #1 on this list. This ranking shows that our funds are consistently among the best performing high yield alternative investments in the world. One Glass is Not Enough had an astonishing 59.4% ROI for 2019.
On Monday, Elon Musk’s famed electric car company, Tesla, had the biggest one-day return in six years and in just the first month of 2020, Tesla stocks had already doubled.
If a car company gets returns like that, it is no shock or surprise that fine wine investing with Vinito Capital Management can return 2-4% per month.