Taylor Swift is, in a sense, immune to Covid-19.By @bloombergopinion

Taylor Swift is, in a sense, immune to Covid-19.By @bloombergopinion
Not literally, of course. But as an investment prospect, her work sits alongside assets whose values have stayed strong during the virus, but which won’t suffer if we get a working vaccine and consumers’ lives start to return to normal. "Think Spotify shares rather than Zoom’s. If you’re in the market for steady returns, regardless of the coronavirus situation, there are worse places to look," writes Alex Webb.Spotify's stock has climbed 65% this year, even though subscriber numbers are growing at much the same pace as they did before stay-at-home orders were imposed.Just last year private equity giant Carlyle Group partnered with Scooter Braun, the manager of artists such as Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, to acquire Big Machine Records, Taylor Swift’s label, for $300 million. That group has now sold Swift’s back catalog alone for the same amount.For all of the attractiveness of her portfolio of music, though, there is a risk: Taylor Swift hates Scooter Braun. Click the link in our bio to read more about the saga.#taylorswift #swifties #music #spotify #pandemic #listen #chart #sp500 #stocks #investing #investment #scooterbraun #tswift #zoom #virus #dataviz #infographics #datavisualization #interesting #cool #instafacts #woah #picoftheday #amazing #factoftheday #covid_19 #COVID19 #covid-19 #coronavirus

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