Rising demand for natural resources and critical commodities has altered global supply and consumption patterns in fundamental ways, leading many investors to re-think and re-structure their investment strategy.
As manufacturing, industrial and agricultural centers grow in developing nations, the demand for valuable metals, minerals, chemicals, industrial products and equipment has risen dramatically.
The same holds true for the power and electricity sectors, where aging and inefficient infrastructure has struggled to satisfy the growing power requirements of consumers.
Worldwide resource supply limitations, seasonal shortages and surpluses in varying geographies provide a myriad of investment and profit opportunities for investors who recognize that the global energy, water, and natural resources and commodities sectors are all interdependent.
Global Fund Exchange maximizes the potential of this investment strategy by identifying profit opportunities resulting from market inefficiencies, industry trends, price variations as well as directional shifts through a wide range of trading techniques. We partner with successful commodity traders and niche resource portfolio managers who understand the nuances of each specific market and have proven their ability to provide returns in a variety of market conditions.
Our robust natural resources and commodites strategy plays an integral role in our overall investment portfolio.
source: CIA World Factbook, Energy Information Administration,
USDA World Crop Supply Assessment, mint.com