Protect Your Retirement Income
from Future Food Inflation with
this Simple Strategy
Photo credit: Flickr/WayTru
The Problem:
Over the next 50 years
farmers need to produce
more food than they have
produced over the past
10,000 years.
The Problem:
The driving force is
population growth, with
the world’s population
expected to reach 9.1
billion by 2050.
The Problem:
The driving force is
population growth, with
the world’s population
expected to reach 9.1
billion by 2050.Cre...
The Problem:
Meanwhile, more of the
world is rising into middle
class, which is increasing
the demand for protein.
The Problem:
The driving force is
population growth, with
the world’s population
expected to reach 9.1
billion by 2050.Pho...
The Problem:
On top of that there is less
arable land to grow
crops…
The Problem:
…as well as more
droughts.
The Problem:
The driving force is
population growth, with
the world’s population
expected to reach 9.1
billion by 2050.Pho...
The Problem:
This scenario means that
world food production
needs to rise by 70%...
The Problem:
…while food production in
the developing world
must double.
The Problem:
To double food production
in the developing world
alone investments must
rise by 50%.
The Problem:
This will put a tremendous
strain on nutrient levels in
the soils.
The Problem:
The driving force is
population growth, with
the world’s population
expected to reach 9.1
billion by 2050.Pho...
The Opportunity:
However, that’s also a
tremendous opportunity
for fertilizer companies…
The Opportunity:
…which can supply the
potash, phosphate and
nitrogen needed to bring
nutrient levels back to
proper balan...
Potash facility in Saskatchewan. Photo credit: Flickr/Just a Prairie Boy
The opportunity
Under this scenario food inflation is quite
likely. However, you can protect yourself
from some of this in...
PotashCorp
• World’s largest
fertilizer company
by capacity.
• Produces all three
primary crop
nutrients (potash,
nitrogen...
Agrium
• Major retail
supplier of
agricultural
products and
services.
• Global producer
and marketer of
agricultural
nutri...
Mosaic
• One of the top four
producers of potash
in the world.
• The top phosphate
producer with more
capacity than the
ne...
Bottom line
• All three companies are well positioned to
take advantage of the future need for
crop nutrients.
• Each cont...
Bottom line
• PotashCorp is a direct investment in all
three crop nutrients and it pays the best
dividend of the bunch.
• ...
Our top stock choice for
2014.
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Farmers face a daunting task for feeding the world. This pressure could cause inflation of food prices in the years ahead. Because of this an investment in a fertilizer producer like PotashCorp, Mosaic or Agrium could be your meal ticket.

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  • Protect your Retirement Income from Future Food Inflation with this Simple Strategy

    1. 1. Protect Your Retirement Income from Future Food Inflation with this Simple Strategy Photo credit: Flickr/WayTru
    2. 2. The Problem: Over the next 50 years farmers need to produce more food than they have produced over the past 10,000 years.
    3. 3. The Problem: The driving force is population growth, with the world’s population expected to reach 9.1 billion by 2050.
    4. 4. The Problem: The driving force is population growth, with the world’s population expected to reach 9.1 billion by 2050.Credit: Flickr/Lauren Manning
    5. 5. The Problem: Meanwhile, more of the world is rising into middle class, which is increasing the demand for protein.
    6. 6. The Problem: The driving force is population growth, with the world’s population expected to reach 9.1 billion by 2050.Photo credit: Flickr/Mark Turnauckas
    7. 7. The Problem: On top of that there is less arable land to grow crops…
    8. 8. The Problem: …as well as more droughts.
    9. 9. The Problem: The driving force is population growth, with the world’s population expected to reach 9.1 billion by 2050.Photo credit: Flickr/Robert Couse-Baker
    10. 10. The Problem: This scenario means that world food production needs to rise by 70%...
    11. 11. The Problem: …while food production in the developing world must double.
    12. 12. The Problem: To double food production in the developing world alone investments must rise by 50%.
    13. 13. The Problem: This will put a tremendous strain on nutrient levels in the soils.
    14. 14. The Problem: The driving force is population growth, with the world’s population expected to reach 9.1 billion by 2050.Photo credit: Flickr/Bert Kaufmann
    15. 15. The Opportunity: However, that’s also a tremendous opportunity for fertilizer companies…
    16. 16. The Opportunity: …which can supply the potash, phosphate and nitrogen needed to bring nutrient levels back to proper balance.
    17. 17. Potash facility in Saskatchewan. Photo credit: Flickr/Just a Prairie Boy
    18. 18. The opportunity Under this scenario food inflation is quite likely. However, you can protect yourself from some of this inflation by investing in the fertilizer companies that will supply the world with needed plant nutrients.
    19. 19. PotashCorp • World’s largest fertilizer company by capacity. • Produces all three primary crop nutrients (potash, nitrogen and phosphate). NYSE: POT Photo credit: Flickr/Alisha Vargas
    20. 20. Agrium • Major retail supplier of agricultural products and services. • Global producer and marketer of agricultural nutrients and industrial products. NYSE: AGU Photo credit: Flickr/Noel Zia Lee
    21. 21. Mosaic • One of the top four producers of potash in the world. • The top phosphate producer with more capacity than the next two largest producers combined. NYSE: MOS Photo credit: Flickr/Dodo-Bird
    22. 22. Bottom line • All three companies are well positioned to take advantage of the future need for crop nutrients. • Each continues to expand capacity to meet future demand. • However, each offers investors a different opportunity set.
    23. 23. Bottom line • PotashCorp is a direct investment in all three crop nutrients and it pays the best dividend of the bunch. • Agrium also produces all three key crop nutrients as well as having a strong retail presence in the agricultural sector. • Mosaic is more of a pure play on potassium, with a strong dose of potash.
    24. 24. Our top stock choice for 2014.
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