|European Forestry Investment in Germany to Hedge Against Inflation|
The Germany magazine Spiegel recently published article about the Germans fear of rising inflation. There is a longtime worry about inflation in Germany that is deep in that country's psyche due to the experience with hyperinflation in Weimar Germany.
Luckily for Germans - as well as anyone worried about inflation - an excellent option to hedge against inflation is available right in Germany. GreenWorld is pleased to offer forestry investments in Paulownia hardwood trees as part of a plantation located right outside Berlin.
Hardwood timber sells at a significant premium to softwood timber, and provides steady returns in the range of 10-12% per annum over many years. Timber and forestry investments also are completely uncorrelated to the performance of stocks and bonds, as the investment returns are determined by the price of the wood and the growth of the trees. In addition, the fact that the entire project and forestry plantation are situated in the highly stable country of Germany makes this an extraordinarily attractive project in which to invest.
If you are interested in GreenWorld's European Forestry Investment, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring us on +44-20-3286-2975