Higher commodity prices and increased exports mean big bucks for countries providing these much-needed foodstuffs. And we’ve found a cost-effective way to benefit from this global trend without boosting your family’s grocery bill.
Which commodities will soar most? What countries will be the biggest beneficiaries? You can play them all in one single position. Today, we're giving you the goods on a “small” play that’s set to explode from the coming “ag boom.”
Past conflicts have been based on oil and energy. Future wars will be based on food and water. The importance of consistent food production regardless of weather is integral to all nations around the globe.
Net investments of $83 billion a year must be made in agriculture in emerging market countries if there is to be enough food for 9.1 billion people in 2050.
The food-supply crunch and the rising costs of replacing lost supply and maintaining current needs – not to mention measures to ensure future supply – presents an incredible opportunity for individual investors to profit from the “growing” global crisis.