AcreTrader Report: Investing In U.S. Farmland
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We’ve all seen it, driving along a midwestern highway or flying over in an airplane. As a tangible object, farmland is easily understood. What’s less obvious is farmland’s role as an investment asset class.
But as economic conditions prompt allocations to alternative assets with lower volatility to market and a potential inflation hedge, investors are catching on. What was once an underutilized and inaccessible asset is playing a larger role in more investors’ long term strategies.
How big of an asset class is farmland? What does its potential return profile look like? And how do you differentiate between factors like crop, geographic, and investment structure in order to find the farmland investment opportunity that suits your goals?
Our new white paper, “Investing In U.S. Farmland,” covers these questions and much more in a comprehensive introduction to farmland as an asset class. In this report, we dive deep into:
- Farmland’s historical performance, including its risks, returns, and correlation with other assets
- How capital gains and annual income from different types of farmland have a history of combining to produce consistent return opportunities
- How what’s going on in the farm economy affects investment performance
Download “Investing In U.S. Farmland” for an up-to-date look at the landscape of farmland investing and to discover the potential of farmland investment in your portfolio.
You can also find the recording of the webinar below, where AcreTrader Founder and CEO Carter Malloy and agricultural economist David Widmar of Agricultural Economic Insights walk through the findings of the research.
Alternative investments are considered speculative and involve a high degree of risk, including the complete loss of principal and are not suitable for all investors. Learn more about the risks of investing in farmland and the nature of the asset class by looking at our general risk factors.
Past performance does not guarantee future results. Investment decisions should be made based on an investor’s objectives and circumstances and in consultation with your financial or tax professional. This content is not intended to be a recommendation or investment advice and is not an offer to buy or sell any specific security. The descriptions included herein are a summary of certain information and are not intended to be complete.
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