Returns in USD
FOREIGN INVESTMENTS & CURRENCY RISK
Investing in foreign countries is good for diversifying an investment portfolio, however, it continues to pose new risks for investors. As more people broaden their investments by expanding into different countries and investment assets, they typically also bear the risk associated with fluctuations in exchange rates.
Fluctuations in these currency values can either enhance or reduce the returns associated with foreign investments. To clarify, currency plays a significant role in investing. Therefore, at Invest4Land, we have formulated our investment modules to downplay those effects by calculating all investment returns in USD.
HOW WE REDUCE CURRENCY RISKS
RETURNS IN USD
To reduce this risk, Invest4Land has chosen crops and natural food production projects. For example, the demand for Walnuts and basic foods is global, and crops can be sold in local or foreign markets, depending on which provides the best return on investment.
Furthermore, the currency in which these crops are sold as raw food or packaged food goods, can be chosen strategically depending on which currencies offer the best opportunity to maximize returns. Even if agricultural and food products are not destined for the US, many of these products are priced in US dollars, and this is the reason all Invest4Land investments and returns are calculated in USD.
MANAGED FARMLANDS INVESTMENT MODULE
By investing in managed farmlands with Invest4Land, the currency risk involved in purchasing of operating machinery and equipment for land preparation and maintenance, is carried by the management company and not the investor. Material needed such as fertilizers, animal feed, shelters, storage and transport, are all susceptible to currency risk that is again born by the management company and not the investor.