Thursday, December 22, 2011

Over US$ 1 Billion Going into Australian Farmland Investment - This is One of the Best investments on the Planet!

We have come across extremely interest news regarding Australia, which provides further validation of GreenWorld BVI's Australia farmland investment. According to an article in the Australian press, there is approximately US$1.6 billion that will be flowing into Australian farmland imminently. The three investors putting money into Australian farmland are a UK fund that is putting in US$400 million; legendary commodities investor Jim Rogers who is using a rural land fund that has US$600 million into the pipeline; and an Australian government pension fund called called Future Fund. That is US$1.6 billion in high-end institutional money ready to go! We truly feel that this is one of the best farmland investments in the world.

This will provide tremendous price support for this existing Australian farmland investment which is already running successfully, harvesting wheat and paying dividends. Dividends are targeted at 9% yearly. Please contact us at if you are interested to learn more!! Needless to say, with US$1.6 billion about to flow into the sector, substantial increases in the capital value of farmland is on offer as well. On a final note, the Australian wheat harvest in Q1 of next year is expected to be a bumper crop, meaning the dividends on offer to investors who buy in now are quite prospective. And again, as per our previous post on the amazingly low valuations of Australian farmland make it one of the best opportunities on the planet in our humble view.

FINALLY, last but not least, this project is fully SIPP eligible. Due diligence on the project has also been done by an independent consultancy which is itself regulated by the UK FSA. The consultancy has verified the project and produced a very positive report on it. We strongly encourage interested investors to contact us immediately before the Q1 wheat harvest at and we are happy to provide some overview documents on the project.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Farmland Investments for SIPP Holders

If you own a SIPP it is well worth noting that there is an entire entire portfolio of farmland investments that are all Sipp eligible investment. Farmland as an investment pays high current income, offers stability and long-term capital growth, and is an excellent inflation hedge. GreenWorld is happy to provide more detailed information on these.

If you are interested in investing in farmland, we have three projects we can offer:

1) Farmland investment in Australia
2) Farmland investment in Europe
3) Farmland investment in Africa

If you are interested in any of these farmland investments in Europe, Australia or Africa, feel free to contact us at

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Australian Farmland: Follow China into one of the Best Investing Deals on the Planet


Average Price of Farmland in England: Over £6,000/Approximately US$9,300

Average Price of Farmland in America: Approximately US$10,000

Farmland Investment's Australian Project: Approximately US$600

This Australian farmland project yields less due to the dryer climate in Australia, but nowhere close to 15 times less which is what it is priced at! There are undervalued opportunities left in the world -  and farmland in Australia is one of them.  One big advantage:  China is buying heavily into Australian farmland due to China's concerns with food security.  Here is another piece detailing China's foray into Australian agriculture.

To cap it off, Jim Rogers has been making substantial investments in Australian farmland, which is a great endorsement of the value in this project.

High yield, excellent capital value upside and a great inflation hedge.  And fits with SIPP rules, and due diligence on the project has also been done by an independent FSA-regulated consultancy.

Contact us at for further information

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Jim Rogers Raising fund for Australian farmland - Go Where the Smart Money Goes!

The legandary investor Jim Rogers is in the news again with his plans to raise a large private fund to buy farmland in Australia. Rogers was the investor who coined the term "commodities supercycle" over 10 years ago, and he is especially enamored of farmland as an investment.

Green World believes Rogers is absolutely right about farmland investments and there are now options in Australian farmland, farmland investment in Europe and farmland in Africa that are both SIPP eligible investments AND readily available to individual retail investors. If you believe in what Jim Rogers is saying but have always wondered how you could benefit from this asset class, then feel free to drop a note at and further documents can be provided!