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An Agriculture Fund

Thursday, October 11, 2007
Fund that invests in equities as opposed to futures with themes that include – fish farms, agro +bio -tech seeds, milk, farming equipment, etc..

A SQUARE :: 11Oct07 An Agriculture Fund
Category Agriculture
Author Sona Blessing
• Investing in agriculture equities harder given the small sizes and the geographic dissemination of the companies but is an alternative - perhaps could be more efficient than investing in futures
• Strategy avoids „roll over“ risk
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