Perceptible by touch; material or substantial; real, actual, not imaginary, not vague.
Note: A tangible asset is something you can see and touch and, you hope, sell. Examples include gold bars, silver coins, houses, and land.
“Collecting assets like art and jewelry is not only an emotional investment or a passion investment,” said Gerald Escobar, head of business development for Trov, a Silicon Valley firm that helps people track and value their tangible assets. “They are also being bought now for their investment worth.”