Discussion in 'Trading' started by blackchip, Sep 20, 2007.
Or futs for that matter?
Farmland prices tend to move in phase with crop prices. You could do something with futures or options to gain "exposure".
Check the following links:
I think these are investment funds trading on the ASX (Australian Stock Exchange). I haven't checked, but these might be tradable through Interactive Brokers, they just added ASX.
I suspect local banks reflect the local economy. A small rural bank in Nebraska might relate farm activity there.
Or farm equipment makers like New Holland
I know there is a an ag related etf, but I cant remember what it is ticker is.
Farmland seems like a cant miss investment for the next decade.
DBA is ticker of the soft/agri ETF from Powershares/Deutsche Bank. Basically a basket of the AG futures like Wheat, Soybeans etc.