Agriculture

  • 31 Jan
    Why You Should Think Twice About Investing In Potash & Phosphate Now

    Why You Should Think Twice About Investing In Potash & Phosphate Now

    • Today, we’ll discuss potash and phosphate producers as the world will be needing more fertilizers.
    • The demand for both fertilizers is expected to grow by 20% over the next 5 years.
    • Unfortunately, investing isn’t as positive as the demand trend.



    Introduction

    Lately, I’ve been discussing how the agriculture sector looks interesting and should be a part of a well-diversified portfolio. More →

  • 18 Jan
    Consider These 7 Agriculture Stocks

    Consider These 7 Agriculture Stocks

    • As with any sector we analyze, the differences in valuations are staggering.
    • However, this offers the opportunity to position oneself in stocks that have nothing to do with the economy but will benefit from a rising global population and increased food consumption.



    Introduction

    Yesterday we discussed how the agricultural sector provides an interesting situation thanks to the limited downside and high potential upside due to positive structural trends.

    Today, to dig deeper into the matter we are going to discuss 7 agricultural stocks to see where can you find the best value, inflationary protection, and defensive stocks for your portfolio. More →

    By Sven Carlin Agriculture Investiv Daily
  • 17 Jan
    Why You Should Think About Investing In Agriculture

    Why You Should Think About Investing In Agriculture

    • Agricultural commodity prices are low and the sectors seems disregarded.
    • The weather is random and after 5 bumper crop years, investors don’t expect a change but a change can always happen.
    • We’ll analyze the environment to see what kind of investments to seek out.



    Introduction

    There’s a joke where I come from that just when a local taught his donkey not to eat, it unfortunately died on him.

    Of course, we all need to eat on a daily basis which creates a constant demand for food. On top of it, the global population in increasing which should lead to even higher demand. More →

    By Sven Carlin Agriculture Investiv Daily
  • 25 Dec
    Happy Holidays From Investiv Daily

    Happy Holidays From Investiv Daily

    As it’s Christmas Day, I thought it might be nice to send readers a small ‘Thank You’ gift in lieu of an article today.

    The gift, a copy of our new report on the agricultural sector, was written by Sven Carlin, daily contributor to our Investiv Daily newsletter. More →

  • 23 Oct
    Sunday Edition: Agricultural Grains – A Safe & Potentially Very Profitable Long Term Investment

    Sunday Edition: Agricultural Grains – A Safe & Potentially Very Profitable Long Term Investment

    Today we continue with our series on Elliott Wave patterns and how to use them to identify the end of a bear market and the beginning of a new bull market.

    The market we are going to focus on today is food commodities, specifically grains, and we’ll discuss where prices might be headed over the next several years.

    The chart below is a long term chart of wheat which we will use as our proxy for the entire grain market. However, corn, soybeans, and oats all have similar price patterns on their long term charts as well. More →

  • 05 Oct
    How Investing In Food Now Can Make A Difference

    How Investing In Food Now Can Make A Difference

    • Food is a delicate subject as it is a matter of life and death.
    • Food prices are influenced by weather conditions which work in 2-5 year cycles, but the market only looks at short term supply and demand balances.
    • By investing in food when prices are low and selling when prices are high, you do good by bringing balance to the food market which is essential for eliminating hunger and creating a sustainable global food ecosystem.

    Introduction

    Today we’re discussing a delicate topic: food and investing in it. More →

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