Food

  • 25 Jan
    Why You Should Consider Seafood Stocks

    Why You Should Consider Seafood Stocks

    • Last week, we discussed why investing in agriculture is important and also 7 different investing opportunities in the agriculture sector.
    • I see the agriculture sector as an excellent play in this current environment because it offers no correlation to the current exuberant stock market and there is high potential upside coming from a rebound in food prices.
    • A big part of the food chain is seafood, so today we are going to analyze the sector by discussing seafood stocks.



    Seafood

    Seafood consumption is relatively small in comparison to land-based animal proteins. An average American eats 138.1 pounds of beef and chicken per year while only 14.1 pounds of seafood. However, the attitude toward seafood is growing more and more positive which should bode well for seafood producers. More →

    By Sven Carlin Food Investiv Daily
  • 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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