Many individuals and groups are continuously seeking alternate ways to diversify their investment portfolios and enhance their capital for the present and the future. Alternative investments are an exceptional way to help build your retirement and recover any previous loss. Many investors are already taking advantage of these types of investments.
There is an asset class that many individuals are not aware of – investing in animated projects. A majority of financial advisors are not experienced with this realm of investment. As word spreads and it becomes more conventional, there will be more information available about investing in animated projects, but I’m here to share some useful information with you now about how to recover your previous investment loss and build your retirement for the future. Although this may not be for everyone, it is something to be considered.
3D and RealD animated movies are the trend of the present and near future in film, as far as profitability is concerned. While the target market for live action films is generally adults, the target market for children (age 6-14) is $50 billion, which is the largest children’s market and is the primary focus for Disney. Although animated films are geared toward children, they include romance and humor that adults can appreciate. Notice that five of the top ten movies in the comparison chart below are fully animated films.
2010 Top Grossing Films Worldwide
Toy Story 3
Alice in Wonderland (2010)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
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Shrek Forever After
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Iron Man 2
How to Train Your Dragon
Just like any other investment there are risks. The norm for most investment products is, “the greater the risk the higher the reward”. When investing in animated movie projects, these risks are mitigated by many factors.
Animated movie projects offer a way to diversify your portfolio with alternative investments and be a part of something unique. More importantly, they offer the potential for substantial returns.
*This article is for informational purposes only, and should not be considered a recommendation for investment.*