Supply And Demand Considerations For Farmland Investing (Video)

May 01, 2019
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This article was edited to meet broker-dealer compliance guidelines in April of 2023.

Video Transcript

Again, why do we have low volatility in farmland?

That's because of the slow compounding nature of the value and that's because with other classes like gold and cash there's a continuing amount of it coming on on to the market with farmland with a finite supply and it's shrinking.

You'll see the 11 million acre stat here in the second bullet point.

That's three acres a minute we lose every single minute, day and night in the US. On the other side of that, the global population is continuing to grow and we have more and more mouths to feed.

Again, regardless of economy we all have to eat.

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