This fund makes money every time the songs it owns are played

Hipgnosis Songs Fund owns the rights to various bits of music which earn it regular royalty cheques
Thursday 07 Feb 2019 Author: Daniel Coatsworth
Investments uncorrelated to the market are increasingly sought by individuals looking to diversify their portfolio during volatile times. That might explain why investment trust Hipgnosis Songs Fund ( SONG ) is currently trading at a premium to the value of its assets. It owns the rights to certain pieces of music and receives a royalty payment each time they are played on the radio, streamed online, feature in adverts,...

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