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Apr 17
Friday

Top 5 Reasons To Invest in Agricultural Funds

Filed under Agriculture, Commodities, Forex, Stocks, Technical Analysis

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 investors blindly turn in their hard earned cash to simply any certified financial consultant. With the world economy shrinking at record pace, smart investors are taking their own investment decisions into their own hands.

For the past year and a half, if not more, all we’ve heard in the news is the high rate of unemployment, bankruptcies, and high pay-out packages. It’s no wonder we’ve lost our trust in the whole ‘American’ way of life.

But perhaps there is one last investment vehicle we can profit from: Agricultural investments.

Here are 5 Reasons to Invest in Agricultural Funds:

1)    The U.N. predicts that by 2050 the population will be more than 9 billion, from 6 billion today. The increase in population is likely to be exponential after that, bringing about pressure on the world’s food production capabilities. Continue…

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