How to Buy Soybeans Stocks
For some commodities, such as precious metals, it is possible to gain indirect exposure through an investment in companies that are engaged in production or extraction. Because there are no publicly traded companies focused exclusively on growing soybeans, achieving exposure through this strategy is challenging.
There are, however, some options available. Many agribusiness firms provide products and services to farmers, and the profitability of these companies often shows a correlation to agricultural spot prices. Some of the largest agribusiness firms include Potash (POT), Monsanto (MON), and The Mosaic Company (MOS). Agribusiness stocks are certainly not a pure play on soybean prices, but can be used to gain exposure to agricultural commodities in certain environments.
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