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A 59-year-old dad from Coventry, in the West Midlands, is heading for an early retirement after turning a £4,700 investment on whiskey into an astronomical £225,000. Roger Parfitt, who works as a bank manager, bought a Macallan cask for £3,200 and a Tobermory cask for £1,500 27 years ago and has now sold the two casks...
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Rare whiskey has seen its asset value grow by a staggering 564 percent over the last 10 years. Whisky has a unique status as an investable item because it has much more stable longevity than many other alternative investment items. Distilleries no longer in production still enjoy confident positions in whisky investor rankings because their diminishing stock appreciates in value the...
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Rare whiskey has seen its asset value grow by a staggering 564 percent over the last 10 years. Whisky has a unique status as an investable item because it has much more stable longevity than many other alternative investment items. Distilleries no longer in production still enjoy confident positions in whisky investor rankings because their diminishing stock appreciates in value the...
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