Turnkey Agricultural Investment In My Favorite Save Haven Earns Up To 30% Per Year
Aug. 1, 2014, Panama City, Panama: An investment in this mango plantation in Panama could earn you up to 30% per year.
Dear Live and Invest Overseas Reader,
With drought in California, food prices in the region are rising.
This current crisis will pass, but it helps to make the point: An investment in agricultural property is a better idea every day.
I've been strongly recommending you make productive land part of your investment portfolio for more than five years now. My preference (and beat) is land outside the United States in locations where water sources are more secure and more stable than in places like the Southwest United States.
Panama qualifies. I've invested in timber in this country and, more recently, mangos.
I've recommended this mango opportunity to you in the past. The developer has been busy over the past four months preparing the land for planting. These are serious guys proceeding carefully and meticulously. Their plantation preparations have included sending up a drone every week to map the land to ensure they're getting the drainage slopes right.
The next step is to put the trees in the ground. This works begins tomorrow.