This will be a short letter today — as we’re all busy with food, football and family.
Personally, I’ll be spending the day hiking around the Pacific Northwest before enjoying some Portland microbrews with the in-laws. I hope you’re doing something equally relaxing and enjoyable.
But remember — even if you and I are taking the day off, your unconventional investments are not.
Quite the opposite.
While stock markets are closed today, I can guarantee some collectors are spending their free time eyeing new additions to their collections. Spouses, daughters, sons, all sizing up potential gifts.
It’s a good time to hold rare, tangible assets.
But don’t worry about that today. Indeed — you never have to worry about it. These value gains happen in the background every day, and you don’t have to do a thing to enjoy them (except sell when the time is right).
So Happy Thanksgiving. I hope your plate and your heart are equally full. And I’ll see you with some valuable, actionable intel tomorrow.
Editor-in-chief, Unconventional Wealth
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Ryan Cole is the editor-in-chief of Unconventional Wealth. He’s been covering the alternative investment space for nearly a decade and writing about finance and investment for almost 20 years.
Ryan has walked the walk for years, living a very unconventional life. He’s led snowmobile tours through the mountains of Colorado, settled in Japan for five...