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Hello im new here.I want to invest in some whisky that might be rising in vallue.Do you guys have any idea of what is a good investment?I found one bottle of glenfiddich 37year botteled 1975 for a good price (i think) in good condition in wooden box.There where only 200 made of these so do you think it would be more worth soon?
Collecting whisky is no easy task. There are a lot of different influences to consider. I therefore wrote two articles about collecting whiskies. Here they are:Dou You Collect Malt Whisky?andDo You want to invest in rare Whisky?
Being a financial professional, I would not invest in whisky unless I approached it as a hobby (i.e. don't expect to make a profit) or as an isolated "fun" speculation. Losing money on a hobby is something most of us do, but losing a portion of my money to the vagueries of the investment whisky market is not something I want to risk. Of course, you can always drink the whisky if it doesn't earn you the return you expected, which puts it a step ahead of other failed investments.
Thank you horst_s and Carlton for good advices.I think i wont buy much for investment but more like a hobby then and hopefully i will return a little and enjoy some of it
As others have warned, using the words "investing" and "whisky" in the same sentence is not advised. Buy 'em to drink. If they go up in value and you desire the cash instead of the gold liquid then so-be-it.
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