Food prices are currently going up in leaps and bounds. In the last year alone, the price of corn is up 13%, soybeans 21% and wheat 22%.
There’s been talk of a global food shortage. Firms are even shrinking the size of chocolate bars to hide the fact that they cost a lot more. Consumers are having to pay more to get less.
But there’s one ‘soft’ commodity that remains untouched by the bull market.
For the past two years, sugar prices have just kept falling and falling. In fact, since they peaked in late 2010, sugar prices have more than halved.
But this bear market could be about to end. Here’s why now could be a great time to buy into the sugar market.
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