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It doesn't hurt that Bill Gates has been buying up acres of farmland, though not all owners of agricultural land are seeing their shares do great.
Make no mistake about it: I have fallen into the real estate value trap a time or two.
DowDuPont delivered an impressive 41% year-over-year increase in earnings per share.
One of the few REIT sectors that is actually in positive territory for the year is timber land.
We'll see how they behave the rest of the year as the Fed likely raises interest rates two or three more times in 2018.
Ruby Tuesday wasn't much of a "best idea for 2017," a post-merger Farmland Partners has laid fallow and avoiding Equifax after its data breach haircut was a mistake.
Farmland Partners beats expectations, such as they were, but Richardson Electronics did not.
Bob Evans Farms and Kulicke & Soffa were among the first-half winners, while Ruby Tuesday and Fitbit were big disappointments.
Farmland Partners has been on the downslope after a merger, while CPI Aerostructures and Limoneira are climbing higher.
Farmland Partners, Getty Realty, CoreCivic and Corning are a diverse bunch offering nice payouts and appreciation potential.
California's Limoneira and Argentina's Cresud aren't for investors who expect steady returns.
It can take years before purchases of REITs that invest in farmland yield fruit.
The planned merger of Farmland Partners and American Farmland presents a value opportunity hard to pass up.
These real estate investment trusts present opportunistic situations that go beyond their dividends.
I would love to lock up long-term ownership of any or all of these companies at a bargain price.
Some farming stocks that I wrote about recently have risen by as much a 54%.
Companies that own farmland look like good long-term plays.
Surgical robotics companies could be set to see some big benefits, according to Balcones Investment Research's Randy Bateman.