Agriculture

Investing in agriculture can seem like a good strategic move. After all, whether the overall economy’s in a recession or booming, people still have to eat. Because of this, many investors regard agriculture and farming investments as being recession-proof. Further, as the world’s population increases, farming will play an increasingly important role in sustaining global societies. Investing in agriculture means putting your money behind food and crop production, processing, and distribution.

Maize production

$15,000
  • Maximum investment: $60,000
  • Expected ROI: 15 - 60%

Poultry Farm

$60,000
  • Maximum investment: $130,000
  • Expected ROI: 60 - 130%

Rice production

$50,000
  • Maximum investment: $200,000
  • Expected ROI: 50 - 200%

Maize production

$15,000
  • Maximum investment: $60,000
  • Expected ROI: 15 - 60%

As the world needs to feed a growing population and with less land, interest in agriculture production as an investment has grown right along with the world population. There are several ways to invest indirectly in agriculture, from farm REITs to agricultural ETFs to the commodities markets.

*NB: All profits are paid weekly into your e-wallet.