Let's say there is an
asset that produces $1000/month. There is a limited amount of them in total, let's say 1000 of them (each generating $1000/month). No more can be printed or generated.
This asset requires absolutely no maintenance, no supervision, no time investment, nothing. You just buy it and as long as you have it - it pays you $1000/month.
No risk of losing, getting stolen or confiscated by the government.
You can buy or sell this asset as easy as a company's share on stock exchange or just as easy as exchanging money to cryptocurrencies. So liquidity is super high.
What is a good way/formula to determine this asset's price?