Older Artists Are the Havens of Music Investing

Although music catalogs are sometimes compared to bonds, the income they generate can be volatile. Royalty payments are high soon after a song is released and then quickly decay. Several years on, a track’s income can be 70% to 90% below peak, according to one investor in the industry. The danger of overpaying for new music is therefore high.

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