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Decreasing costs for energy and increasing demand for food products. Remember, it is the price of corn that sets land values (rent), not the other way around. So location monopolies will increase in value along with progress. It's called "the law of rent".
These 725,000 acres ofland in Uraguay, Brazil, and mostly Argentina are phenomenal cropland for growth of anything, and with populations rising at alarming rates across the world and total POP expected to breach 9B by 2030, the demand for food will become scarcer and scarcer, so this super cheap play is a phenomenal buy right now,and is probably why George Soros picked up $200M worth of shares in AdecoAgro S.A.
Rising food prices
$AGRO, Got in at 8.64. Will see..http://wire.kapitall.com/investment-idea/eu-crisis-greek-bond-swap-appears-likely/
Soros just bought
South American Agricultural Play. George Soros is heavily invested in this one, and was involved before its IPO as well.
During the first quarter of 2011, Soros placed new bets on Adecoagro SA (AGRO) by buying 27 million shares.
Food prices are here to stay. Growing population needs to eat. So do animals
Everybody's got to eat.
Growing demand on food&energy.Southamerica is one of the best places in the world to produce both of them.
Recent IPO with good growth potential and a solid backing by some well known investors.
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