November 16, 2015
The USDA released its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report last week. In that report they said that it was another year of bumper crops in corn, soybeans and wheat. In my latest article for Seeking Alpha, I analyze the report and explain why although grain prices are much lower food prices are not lower when it comes to our weekly grocery bills. I also suggest a number of ways to play this agricultural market for the future given population growth around the world that is sure to increase demand for food in the years to come.
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