Turnkey Aloe Vera Farm Investment Beats Stock Market

World Wide Web – June 2, 1026 In times of political and economic instability, low interest rates and volatile financial markets, people are looking increasingly at physical assets to diversify their investment portfolio as a hedge against inflation and currency devaluation.

Historically, farmland has exhibited strong capital protection characteristics over prolonged periods of time. Well managed farmland is a fully renewable resource which remains productive over time.It is particularly attractive to investors who wish to own productive assets that are not affected by the typical volatility in the financial markets and other market manipulations.

“The Organic Aloe Vera Investment Program is currently in very high demand” says Louis OConnor, General Manager of the company.His customers can now acquire land plots in Colombia, where 15,000Aloe Vera plants are planted perhectare. Under the supervision of LatAm Prime, the 500 hectare plantation is professionally managed by experienced experts. The plantation contains an on-site processing plant where the leaves or “Pencas” are processed to valuable organic Aloe Vera gel or -powder. Each parcel owner is contractually guaranteed the sale of its produced Aloe leaves to fair market value, and he will receive the income from the sale every year once the plants are producing after only 24 months.

The world-wide demand for high-quality organic Aloe Vera, that has various application is the pharmaceutical-, cosmetics- and food-industry, is by far outstripping the supply. Plantations in Colombia and other countries are regularly sold out well in advance – and demand is growing enormously. An investor can expect about US$ 12,000 paid out yield per plot and year, at a purchase price of just USD 38,000. In addition, the investor receives full title ownership of the land.

The Aloe Vera plants produce under professional organic farm management practices for at least 12 years. Thus, an ideal investment to generate a long-term additional income stream.”After 12 years, the owner can decide if he wants to replant the land and start anew production cycle, or just sell the land back to us or on the open market to another investor” explains OConnor. “Since the investor physically owns the farmland, the parcel may be sold at any time. A certain flexibility is therefore retained.”