Why the Pundits have it Wrong

Bill Anderson News

News last week of the recovery of a Stradivarius violin, more specifically the Ames Stradivarius, was welcome. Once again the pundits got it right with the remark that: “Stolen Stradivarius violins, like famous purloined paintings, are hard to sell because they are so recognizable.” This is comfort for someone who doesn’t mind the disappearance of a valuable asset for 35 years. And …