Classic cars were the best-performing asset classes over the past decade, a new report by New World Wealth shows – and South Africa’s super wealthy are getting in on the gains. New World Wealth has published its 2018 South African Wealth Repo
People have bought the Italian supercar for as little as US$135 because they invested in cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin and ether, before values soared
It could be another Europe in terms of buying capacity,” said Clare McAndrew, an arts economist and author of UBS and Art Basel’s annual study of the art market.
Horse Ridge, though, has a hook the others cannot match: It stores wine in its nuclear bomb shelters.
Rolls-Royce too wants in on the action, and it won’t be long until we see its first ever SUV, the Cullinan. Lest you forget, Ferrari too, is “dead serious” about its high-riding venture.