This is a purely hypothetical question, and is not a solicitation for advice. I am interested to know how you would invest one million dollars. Suppose you were a professional person, earning an average salary and suddenly had $1M.
Although it's completely irrelevant, if it helps to set the scene, you can imagine that you came up with an idea or invention that had commercial application but didn't want to develop it yourself. You approach a few parties you think may be interested in your idea and end up selling the intellectual property outright to the highest bidder, for a million dollars.
What do you do with the money? Some people might go blow some or all of it on things they've always dreamed of having... fast cars, first class round-the-world trips, etc. then go on living their life the way they used to. I imagine ASF participants are a bit smarter than that, though, and would like to see it grow substantially before they go spending some of it on luxuries.
Obviously there is no wrong or right answer, and the question is very subjective. There will probably be as many different ideas as there are responses.
As for my own opinion, the anwer is... I just don't know! I'd certainly be investing the majority of it, if not the entirety, but I'm not sure where or how.