#319 – Brandon Zick, Ceres Partners - The Market Is $3 Trillion And Institutional Investors Own About 3% Of That

60 minutes

In episode 319, we welcome our guest, Brandon Zick, Chief Investment Officer of Ceres Partners, a specialist investment manager focused exclusively on food and agriculture.   In today’s episode, we’re talking all about farmland. Brandon begins with an update on the asset class, including the impact of both rising commodity prices and COVID. We spend some time on his firms’ investment process and how they evaluate potential deals. Then we walk through lots of factors affecting the space – lack of water, solar and other non-farm value options, and the tax uncertainty with a new administration.     As we wind down, we talk about Brandon’s private investing in ag-related businesses and what he’s seeing in that area.       Please enjoy this episode with Ceres Partner’s Brandon Zick.        -----   This episode is sponsored by Masterworks. Masterworks is opening the doors to top-tier, blue-chip art investments to everyone. Use Promo Code “MEB” to skip their 10,000 person wait list.

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