Yes, the economy is strong right now and things are humming along nicely, but we all know that economic cycles are par for the course. Whether you are currently enjoying retirement or planning for your retirement, the need to generate steady retirement income is critical. What ways can you accomplish this?
The majority of average investors use dividend paying stocks, annuities, rental property, bonds, etc., – all of which provide a good diversified plan. But for many investors these traditional assets have not weathered well during corrections, and return metrics can quickly and easily become anemic. Affluent investors however, that have added “alternative assets,” have enjoyed greater safety and sustained higher returns during market corrections. According to Bob Price – author of the best-selling book The Alternative Answer – says, “investors that have added alternative assets own some of the world’s best-performing portfolios.”
While the very wealthy have been generating above-average returns with alternative agriculture for a very long time, mainstream investors have settled for traditional returns in the 4% to 8% range. The biggest reason for this is the perception of risk. Many wealthy investors mandate that a portion of their portfolio be allocated to agriculture, while most average investors have little to no understanding of the space and sensibly avoid investments they are not familiar with.
Investing in tropical agriculture shouldn’t be that difficult to understand. Tens of millions of U.S. families visit their local supermarkets every day and buy tropical fruits and vegetables, those that have invested in this space are reaping the rewards – Why Not You?
What are these tropical money-makers? They are not obscure and unusual commodities, in fact they are everyday products virtually every household consumes. Bananas, pineapples, avocados, mangoes, coconuts, papayas, etc. America’s appetite for tropical produce is growing each year, and many are becoming mainstream.
Take the Tropical Papaya. Papayas are now the world’s third most popular tropical fruit, and global demand is expanding rapidly. Someone has to grow them before they show up at Whole Foods Market or on top of your favorite sushi dish. The profits they generate may as well end up supporting your retirement and providing you with another source of income!
As the world population continues to balloon, the demand for greater agricultural production virtually guarantees that alternative agri-investors will enjoy sustainable profits. Abacus Emerging Markets, an independent specialist investment banking firm in London, estimates that investments of approximately US$8 to US$10 trillion are needed to support the global 2050 food production requirements. Now is the time to add agri-assets to your diversified financial planning.
The investment elite began to accelerate into agricultural investments beginning in 2010. It is now time for all investors to understand the space and join the elite in capturing the profits too. Unlike many traditional assets, agriculture assets grow your money biologically – this means crop production cycles are rarely affected by the ups and downs of the stock market/real estate/economy.
Private ownership of farmland that is used for growing papayas is an ideal fit for income-seeking investors. The early harvesting of papaya fruits in as little as nine-to-ten months provides a speedy cash flow, and with annual double-digit projected profits this luscious tropical fruit generates mouth-watering revenues.
In the coming weeks we will be releasing The Guatemala Papaya Project. The video below will help you learn more – please watch it now.
Starting today, we are opening up a limited “Papaya Interest List.” Names of interested parties will be added in numerical order. As soon as the project has been released, we will contact each party on the list and provide them with more detailed information. If you would like to learn more about papayas and their income potential, please click on the “Interest List” button below after watching the video.
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