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He goes to every single home game, sometimes he is sitting in his seats in the Batters Box and sometimes he's sitting in his luxury box suite. Not sure how many road games he goes to, but I do know that he goes to all of the important ones late in the season. Loria isn't like other owners in pro sports, he's like a real fan.

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Thanks for the info Accord. I didn't know how much his art business may have gotten in the way of going to games.

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I'm still baffled how being a simple art broker could make someone over $250 million, I realize some artwork is worth millions but I just don't know how he could have gotten $250 million from art broking, lol.

 

Mabye there's more to it than meets the eye...

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Thanks for the info Accord. I didn't know how much his art business may have gotten in the way of going to games.

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I'm still baffled how being a simple art broker could make someone over $250 million, I realize some artwork is worth millions but I just don't know how he could have gotten $250 million from art broking, lol.

 

Mabye there's more to it than meets the eye...

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The answer is simple.

 

He isn't a "simple" art broker. Art is big business. There are actually equity traded mutual fund-like groups buying and selling all the time. Buy-ins are in the $10 million range. Something like $2 billion in business was done around the recent Art Basel convention on Miami Beach.

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Thanks for the info Accord. I didn't know how much his art business may have gotten in the way of going to games.

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I'm still baffled how being a simple art broker could make someone over $250 million, I realize some artwork is worth millions but I just don't know how he could have gotten $250 million from art broking, lol.

 

Mabye there's more to it than meets the eye...

689444[/snapback]

 

The answer is simple.

 

He isn't a "simple" art broker. Art is big business. There are actually equity traded mutual fund-like groups buying and selling all the time. Buy-ins are in the $10 million range. Something like $2 billion in business was done around the recent Art Basel convention on Miami Beach.

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That explains it, thanks :thumbup

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