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Oct 08
Thursday

Agriculture on the Launching Pad

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Agriculture ETF is on a Launching Pad
Agriculture ETF is on a Launching Pad

Agriculture ETF is on a Launching Pad

Agriculture ETF has been consolidating for one year, and in our view this is the proper launching pad for a secular bull market. For those who cannot stomach the highs and lows of trading in indices, forex, stocks, investing in a secure Agriculture ETF for the long term is probably the best investment going forward. We opened 5000 units in Agriculture ETF at 6.077.

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Top 5 Reasons To Invest in Agricultural Funds
3 responses - Posted 04.17.09
With the world economy seemingly in an endless downward spiral, job losses are being reported almost daily and the stock market is at record-low levels, investors around the globe are hesitant to hand their hard earned money to any company that promises profits and riches. Gone are those days where ...continue
Futures Contracts – Which One Suits You Best?
no responses - Posted 04.17.09
If you’re thinking about investing in futures, you may be confused by all the options out there (no pun intended.) Should you buy a contract in Gold? How about Coffee? Or maybe oil would be more profitable? With the rising grocery prices and the global economy being what it is, agricultural ...continue
Are the ETF’s The Answer For Agricultural Investments?
no responses - Posted 04.17.09
ETFs or Exchange Traded Funds, could be your agriculture investing vehicle, in a world that is going hungry. The demand for food is growing, as our population increases. The United Nations estimates that the world’s population will grow from 6.6 billion to 9 billion by 2050. That is like adding three more ...continue
TheInflationist Weekend Summary: 140409
no responses - Posted 04.14.09
Our portfolio continues its rise - now up 83.5% since 1st January 2009. More of our unrealised profits are cashed out as cash in bank is sitting pretty at $41855. Markets continue its "gravity defying rise" - number of technical stock blogs calling for a top and turn (down) is ...continue


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