Investing in Land

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Published on 15/04/2016
In these rather uncertain times for farmers, and especially dairy farmers, I thought you might be interested in the article by Jim Rickards entitled “Three Ways Old Money Hangs Onto Its Riches”.  Jim Rickards is an American lawyer with interesting and novel views on investing.

I sourced this article from Michael Chamberlain.

Michael is an actuary with over 35 years’ experience and advises a wide range of charities, community trusts and institutions on strategic investment policy matters.

He is the co-founder of the SuperLife Superannuation and KiwiSaver Schemes. He holds strong views about keeping the cost of investment advice to a minimum in order to ensure the net return to the investor is maximised.

Fortunately for us and our clients, Michael has offered to help any of our clients with their investment decisions.

I hope you find this article by Jim Rickards informative and useful:


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