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Want To Invest In Farmland? Here’s How

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Adam Taggart, PeakProsperity.com MAR 26, 2021 [embedded content] Farmland is a “holy grail” asset class for many investors. It’s tangible, produces income, and has inherent underlying value — making it a great inflation hedge. It’s supply constrained. Mother Nature isn’t making any more of it… and in total, farm acreage around the world is being lost to development, drought, etc. Historically it’s an asset class that produces double-digit annual returns while remaining largely uncorrelated with the stock market, making it a valuable component for portfolio diversification. And even better, it offers the chance to do well by doing good. There are increasing opportunities to convert poorly-managed conventional farmland to organic status through sustainable practices AND command much

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Adam Taggart, PeakProsperity.com 
MAR 26, 2021

Farmland is a “holy grail” asset class for many investors.

It’s tangible, produces income, and has inherent underlying value — making it a great inflation hedge.

It’s supply constrained. Mother Nature isn’t making any more of it… and in total, farm acreage around the world is being lost to development, drought, etc.

Historically it’s an asset class that produces double-digit annual returns while remaining largely uncorrelated with the stock market, making it a valuable component for portfolio diversification.

And even better, it offers the chance to do well by doing good. There are increasing opportunities to convert poorly-managed conventional farmland to organic status through sustainable practices AND command much higher profits in the process. Smart farmers are now able to create superior business while healing the soil at the same time.

So, how can you get access to this attractive asset class?

Farmland investor Craig Wichner explains how in this week’s Market Update with Adam Taggart.

He also details out the growing number of ways regular investors like you can purchase farmland and benefit from its many attributes without having to actually become a farmer yourself.

If you’re considering diversifying your investments and agree that now, more than ever, is the time to partner with a financial advisor who understands the nature of the risks and opportunities of today’s economy and can craft an appropriate portfolio strategy for you given your needs.

Consider scheduling a free portfolio review. To get started, answer these easy questions.

Even if you already have a financial advisor you trust, take this free opportunity to learn about a surprising alternative for safeguarding your wealth.

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