Alternative Assets – Rum

Happy Valentine’s Day from G.D. Herring! Today we’re sharing the last in Real Vision’s “alternative assets” mini series, which focuses on our favorite spirit, rum. While whiskey, particularly bourbon, has gotten a lot of press in the last few years, rum is thought by many to be poised for a big breakout in popularity. Damian Horner delves into a storied spirit that, along with its easy drinkability, could have real investment potential.

Enjoy the clip and, if you are thinking of investing in some of these “alternative assets,” consider these collaborations with our team of experts. Both titles include discussion about how these collectibles behave as assets (as well as how they don’t). Cheers!


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