I once had a conversation with a friend of mine in which we wondered how, in the 1960s, makers of top shelf single malt scotches could have foreseen the accessory that their product would become some 25 years later. á We agreed that the limited quantity only added to the price, and in the mid 1980s, the necessity of this immoderate beverage. á At the other end of the spectrum, we mused about the people consuming this premium product, people whose path to distinction came about under opposite circumstances. áThis era of the profiteer belonged to the microwave generation who needed everything yesterday. Divergent paths to greatness and theáarmy of metaphors that illustrate them can beg the question, how long should an investment take to mature? Never before have I asked myself that more ...
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