Wall Street Journal Concert Poster Report!

Two weeks ago we told you that our office has received a growing number of calls from people looking to diversify some of their assets away from the volatile stock market and into classic 1960’s concert posters, where ownership can be more rewarding on several different levels. 


We told you that some of these calls were coming from “big money” Wall Street type investors who were seeking the very best posters in the very best condition possible. These buyers are willing to pay whatever it takes to bring these sought after masterpieces into the marketplace. The thinking goes as follows:

“I’m going to own these posters for 10-15 years or longer. When I finally want to sell, it will be insignificant if I paid a bit more at the time. The key is I want the right material now, and the longer I wait , the more I will have to pay.”

This week, The Wall Street Journal reported on the new edition of the seminal book, “The Art of Rock”. This is a book that EVERY collector MUST own. The book has long been out of print. If you don’t already own this, buy your copy NOW.

The value of Wall Street exposure such as this to our fast growing marketplace cannot be overstated! Millions of the world’s richest investors are seeing this story, and the art, and many have a strong attachment and affection for the music and the era. The snowball grows larger with each passing day!

A link to the Wall Street Journal story is below.

Last week also brought news of another concert poster book that highlights 1960’s psychedelic concert posters from the Seattle area. This book comes out in 2 weeks and is highly recommended. Just 500 copies are being produced, so don’t delay, order your copy today here!

It’s important when you see these recommendations to act without delay. It’s the little things that combine for success in our hobby. Don’t wait for books to sell out and for museum exhibits to shut down! Become a member of The Rock poster Society, buy the books we recommend, attend the museum exhibits we tell you about. It all adds up to a lot of fun and puts you on the leading edge of the most lucrative collectibles opportunity in the world today!

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1960’s Concert Poster Book article: