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Making everyone an investor in rarities – with Susan Carpenter

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Making everyone an investor in rarities – with Susan Carpenter

Investing in fine art, collectible autos, and musical instruments used to be just a pipe dream for your average investor.

But with the need to get uncorrelated diversification and a hot rarity market, retail investors haven’t given up. And now, Liquid Rarity Exchange has found a way to securitize rarities so that the other 99% of us can invest in them.

With technology and patented-processes, LRE can take real assets and make stocks, mutual funds, ETFs, or derivatives out of them. LRE’s COO, Susan Carpenter joins me on Tradestreaming Radio to discuss the market for collectibles, her firm’s process and technology and where rarity investing is headed.

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About Susan Carpenter

Susan is the COO of the Liquid Rarity Exchange.

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