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Agricultural Investment Report

Monday, 13 June 2011

Agricultural investment is a major growth area with investors from high net worth individuals to sovereign wealth funds buying land in many regions of the world. But for most investors it is a bit of an unknown quantity. The Agricultural Investment Report is clear and concise guide to buying in this sector.

Agriculture has long been considered a safe haven by investors during volatile economic times and an effective inflation hedge in times of quantitative easing and low interest rates. There is a strong argument for including agricultural land in a mixed investment portfolio as it reduces risk and boost overall performance.

Agriculture provides one of the most popular entry points but with a vast choice of products and different asset classes available, newcomers to this highly lucrative sector can find themselves wondering where to begin.

The big question is where to invest; more developed markets such as Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Canada, or emerging markets such as South America and Africa. This guide is intended to help you become more informed.
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