Watch out for Warrants and their in-built margins.
Best to go with futures, options or I'm sure there is an ETF if you don't want the leverage.
1) go to supermarket.
2) find tea & coffee aisle
3) buy heaps
Disc: this strategy does not claim to be successful at building your wealth - but it will build wealth somwhere.
"My problem is simple. I don't know what I don't know."
Damn, green tea is my favorite beverage! It's time to plant some of my own and prepare them myself by stir frying them with my hands on a heated wok!
For now, investors can only access tea market by buying stock in companies listed in the global markets such as India, Sri-Lanka and Kenya that operate in these fields
Then there are related companies such as Unilever and Starbuck.
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"Unlimited opportunities for industry and consumers" that said it alll
The next fashion in the market is here buy them before they go out of fashion
Last few years fashion on Gold is losing its blink ...they need a new fashion
"cash - a call option with no expiration date, an option on every asset class, with no strike price.Ē Warren Buffett
According to following link Tea Board Chairman said:
Presently world tea prices in black tea segment were being governed by Russia and the CIS countries, but in the next 15 to 20 years black tea prices would be governed by the US.
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First of all tea is healthy and affordable. So this is a good medium for us to earn. It is a good idea to learn how to produce then start the business or little-by-little expand it.
As I said before still we donít have futures market for tea other than tea companies in India, Sri-Lanka and Kenya listed in their stock exchanges. Some European companies and investors have tea interest and holding in some of the listed companies in above countries. Some know how to run their tea business in a sustainable manner by focusing long term growth.
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There is a demand for tea stocks in India now. Shares of Indian tea companies have seen smart rally in past three months. These tea stocks have surged between 20-65% during the period. There could be more demand for tea stocks due to lower tea output in India. Currently there is a good demand for quality tea in tea auctions in India and Sri-Lanka. Even in Bangladesh there is good demand for tea now.
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