I have met up with many tea speculators and investors, from the very knowledgeable to those unwittingly gullible.
Some of them are wise and careful. But many of them are oblivious and relied on market rumors, dubious speculations and whimsical advice from many sources that are out to capitalized on their ignorance. Profits are the ultimate goals in these ventures and most often that blinded their perception.
Eventually, the outcome of these tea ventures lies perhaps somewhere along the line of this thought:
“In future, when people look for their tea, it is a fortune. But when their tea need to look for people, then it is a misfortune.”