Agricultural Investment

How Investment Farms Can Be Your Greatest Asset With 20% ROI

Tomato greenhouses.

When we talk about top markets for investing, Thailand doesn’t usually make the shortlist. That’s because, in terms of real estate, the country doesn’t make it easy. Foreigners can’t own title to a piece of land. It’s possible to buy a condo… though there are restrictions around that, too—for example, no more than 49% of …

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Eco-Friendly Investments To Help You Diversify And Profit

teak farm with young trees growing

This spring, my family has planted more vegetables in our garden than ever before. We don’t expect to be able to live entirely off our produce. But having some onions, potatoes, leeks, spinach, lettuce, and cherry tomatoes ready for picking may save us a little time waiting in line at the shops. (“Supplementary Farming” is …

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Fact! This Soccer Advice Can Help You Diversify And Profit

ripe tomatoes on the vine

I recently read adman Dave Trott’s Creative Blindness (And How To Cure It). It’s a collection of stories—no more than two or three pages each—showing how different people dug themselves (or their organizations) out of a tricky situation by taking an unconventional approach. We’re told how one lady’s blonde wig played a significant role in the …

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Nearly Sold Out: Teak Investment With Returns Up To 690%

teak tree forest

The Panamanian teak plantation Global Property Advisor featured in January 2018 had only 25 parcels left in December. Now the inventory is down to 10. That is a seriously limited inventory. And each parcel makes a return from 10.4% up to 690%. An investment this attractive means these last 10 are going to sell out soon. The …

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What’s Up With Mangos? Long-Term, High-Return Investment

mangos on a tree

As I write this week’s edition, I’m cruising through the Panama Canal and around the Caribbean Sea. I’ve been dining on exotic, sumptuous delicacies while watching the Pacific Ocean, the canal, and several tropical islands pass by my ship. I’ll also be celebrating Thanksgiving at sea this week. Since moving overseas, this holiday is no …

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