The Future of Food & Emerging Trends – Investing In Agriculture And Food


The Future of Food & Emerging Trends – Investing In Agriculture And Food

This week we interview all-star portfolio manager Leigh Goehring about the agriculture sector. We discuss the emerging global trends in the agriculture sector and why you need to have this in your portfolio. Investing in agriculture and food has been out of favor for a while, but will have its day in the sun soon enough.

There are so many great points in this episode, that everything you need to know about investing in agriculture and food is right here. Don't miss this amazing episode.

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Today's Guest:  Leigh Goehring

Leigh Goehring has 30 + years of investment experience specializing in natural resource investments. From 2005 until the end of 2015, Mr. Goehring was the portfolio manager of Chilton Global Natural Resources Fund. This dedicated natural resources focused hedge-fund grew to over $5 billion of assets under management at its peak. Prior to joining Chilton Investment Company, I served as the manager of the Prudential-Jennision family of natural resources funds between 1991 and 2005. These funds accumulated over $3 billion of assets under management at their peak. I started working on Wall Street in 1982 in the Trust Department of the Bank of New York. I holds a Bachelors of Arts degree with a major in Economics and a minor in Mathematics from Hamilton University.

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