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Real Estate Investing: From Farmland to Berlin

Aug 18th, 2019 | Filed under: Newly Added, Real Estate, Agriculture, The A.I. Industry, Liquid and Fixed Income Real Estate, Farmland, Natural Resources and Land, Other Issues in Private Investments, Private Investments, Real Estate Equity Investments, Real Assets

A new study from Nuveen looks at how to assess properly the value of real estate and farmland. There are four key points: That a “doubleness” of vision is necessary. You need to take a macro view of the investment world and a micro view of the farms and otherRead More


Agtech: Comfort Zones and Value Chains

Dec 11th, 2018 | Filed under: Newly Added, Real Estate, Agriculture, The A.I. Industry, Investing in Commodities, Debt Types of Private Equity, Liquid and Fixed Income Real Estate, Venture capital, Farmland, Equity Types of Private Equity, Natural Resources and Land, Commodities, Other Issues in Private Investments, Private Investments, Real Estate Equity Investments, Real Assets

An agtech-focused venture firm has issued a report about global VC activity across agtech and its subsectors. The firm, Finistere Ventures, which describes itself as in the business of helping “ambitious founders transform food and agriculture,” collaborated with Pitchbook in preparing the review. Finistere looks specifically at: (a) macro trends,Read More


An Overview of Real Asset Investing

Aug 26th, 2015 | Filed under: Real Estate, Private Equity, Infrastructure, Risk management, Intellectual Property

Guest columnist Andrew Smith, CAIA, provides an overview of real assets and their commensurate risks and rewards.Read More


GFIA: Ag Commingled Products Suffer From Market Noise

Jul 26th, 2012 | Filed under: Agriculture, Alpha Strategies

Given reasonable assumptions, one might expect that those investing in commingled products offering exposure to agriculture would take part in both good investment returns and diversification benefits. Alas, though, GFIA found no such thing, and considers the possibility that agriculture as an asset class has decoupled from fundamentals. Read More