Dec. 8, 2022

62. Investing in Art feat. Allen Sukholitsky

62. Investing in Art feat. Allen Sukholitsky
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Investing in art offers a dynamic way to diversify and grow your wealth. Don't miss this week's episode of Bob Fraser & Ben Fraser, where they explore the world of art investments with Masterworks' Chief Investment Officer, Allen Sukholitsky!  Allen talks about democratizing art investment and why he believes it has zero correlation to any other asset classes.  He also discussed how historical performances of impact the value they play in portfolios, syndicating pieces of art for an even greater return potential. Tune-in now for valuable insights from one of the leading voices in modern investment strategies!

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Allen Sukholitsky

Investment Strategist, Macro Economist & Keynote Speaker

Allen Sukholitsky, CFA is Chief Investment Officer at Masterworks, the leader in art-investment products.

Prior to Masterworks, Allen was Founder and Chief Macro Strategist at Xallarap Advisory, an investment research firm specializing in macroeconomic analysis and investment strategy for sophisticated investors.

Allen was previously Senior Market Strategist at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, focused on economic and market strategy, advanced portfolio construction techniques, and investment implementation. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, he worked in private banking as an investment counselor responsible for asset allocation and manager selection for ultra-high net worth clients.

Allen received a B.A. in economics and political science from Columbia University and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.