Art Market V's the Stock Market
The Art Market vs. The Stock Market
After returning from the office, when you sit in front of the television and surf channels, you must have come across a few television channels that report stock market figures. It may portray a company that is not able to meet the target figures on a given fiscal year and thus, its performance graph shows
amazing rippling effects.
As a result, all the stockholders and firms associated with the company are on a major downturn. However, after a few days, the same company shows excellent elevation on their performance in the stock market counter. Now, just what exactly is the story here?
Even though investors and stock players are glued to television channels for further updates, they don‘t have any control over the results. Even experts who advise investors to invest on tech-based companies are now taking a one eighty degree turn and recommending other sectors for investing. That is the magic of prediction and the effect of the stock market!
Is there any possibility of finding some similarities between the stock market and the art market? Quite
When you browse through the ‗art market‘ section in magazines and the newspapers, it actually refers to the sub-market and more interestingly, it mentions specific auction sales which are taking place on specific dates in your town.
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