In my conversation with you yesterday, you told me about this classic from Bill Bonner at Rogue Economics. And the Fed says there’s no inflation? Come on.
But if digital coinery is not your thing, maybe you should go into art collecting.
We might have had an interest in art… but “modern” or “contemporary” art always seemed like a hustle… much like… well… cryptos!
Besides, it was rare to see a piece we actually wanted to look at.
Now, however, an Italian artist has taken the hustle to a new level… and solved the ugly art problem. His work is invisible. Here’s the New York Post:
Salvatore Garau sold his piece, entitled “Io Sono” (I am), to an unidentified buyer last month.
Italian auction house Art-Rite organized the sale of the “immaterial” statue in May with a beginning estimated value coming in between $7,000 and $11,000. [It sold for $18,000.]
“The vacuum is nothing more than a space full of energy, and even if we empty it and there is nothing left, according to the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, that ‘nothing’ has a weight,” the Sardinian-born artist explained, according to Hypebeast. “Therefore, it has energy that is condensed and transformed into particles, that is, into us.”
Action Line: If you are looking to buy some invisible art, please come to me for the best price.
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