You need only look at gold as the prime example. After 12 years of solid gains, it is experiencing a decline in value that can best be described as substantial.
What I have discovered recently is that there is a rather shocking investment trend that has seen steady results for more than two decades.
There isn’t anyone on this Earth that can get by without food. A statistic that may be surprising to everyone is that the average calorie per day consumption is up a staggering 24.6% since 1964. What those numbers tell us is that people are eating more than ever before, with the average daily count coming in at 2,940 calories. That data would suggest that the amount of arable land per person is also on the rise.
In reality, though, the opposite is true. The World Bank has released data that shows the global average of arable land per person has been on a downward trend since 1992. Furthermore, since 1964, only once has the global average of arable land per person gone up in a single year. Every other year during that time, the average has been on a downward spiral.
That is a trend that cannot be ignored. What we eat now is often created in a lab rather than in the fields of farms across the world. Processed food has become the norm, with junk food restaurants using manufactured ingredients that are far from wholesome. Science can only do so much, though.
Wheat and other staple crops stopped delivering massive yields a decade ago. Before that, we experienced a period of growth where huge volumes of staple crops were pulled from the Earth, but productivity levels have plateaued. To make matters worse, the amount of productive land per person that is now available is also in decline.
I believe that all adds up to agriculture, and farmland in particular, being a very sound investment opportunity. That is why we are offering investors the chance for an ethical investment opportunity in Paw Paw Farmlets, part of South Pacific Plantations Limited (SPPL), a Vanuatu company. The cost of the land for you is $4,000 AUD, after which SPPL will offer a $6,000 plantation land improvement. Once all the costs have been taken into account, you can expect a $1 dollar per kilo sale price and a projected return in the region of $12,000 each year. You can chose the type of crop that you would like on your 1 acre of land, but it has to be used solely for agriculture. The title is yours to do with as you wish, which means you can sell, gift, or pass along the title to another family member after you pass.
You have the option of paying $10,000 in cash up front, or you can put down the $4,000 and pay the remainder over 12 months at $525 per month. Before that year is up, your first crop will have been harvested and making you money already.
Even more exciting is the fact that you are not simply limited to the title of a single farm. Take a moment to do the math and see how the returns you receive with this investment are above and beyond anything you can get elsewhere.
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