Interesting article in the Air Review.I want you to imagine the following. You have a rich uncle and he just passed away and he left you US$100m. Your rich uncle was a bit of an odd character. He retired in the late 60s and lived on one of the islands in the Pacific.
He didnít read newspapers, he didnít have a fax machine, no telephone but he was, however, a smart investor. In fact, he corresponded with his bank by mail and in the 30 years before he passed away he sent out four letter ...
If you had $100m to invest for 10 years and not touch it what would you invest in? The article seems to push investing in Commodities still due to China's demand.