Jim Rogers: Lots of Growth Left for Agriculture Investors

Prices of agricultural commodities are still relatively cheap compared to those of metals and energy, and the world is scrambling for arable farmlands to feed a growing population, Mr. Rogers told a packed audience at the Global AgInvesting conference, at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York.  However, how to ride on the agricultural bull run remains a tricky issue.  The most profitable way is to invest in commodity futures, but it is not a game for everyone given the extreme volatility and high capital requirements — “unless you know what you’re doing,” Mr. Rogers said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal on the sidelines of the conference.

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