Sinead O’Sullivan: The structure of Irish farmland must evolve out of the middle ages
While many argue that we should not allow new forms of land ownership to disrupt the farm, farms are already in the process of disrupting themselves. There is a young generation of farmers that are in fact seeking to rent instead of buy land to improve their return on capital.
Do what rich people do – Part 6: How farmland can inflation-proof your portfolio
What do JP McManus, John Magnier, Bill Gates and the British Royal family all have in common? Apart from being billionaires, they are all large landowners, quietly going under the radar to acquire massive amounts of global farmland.
For the people who are still wondering “How did we get here?”, I can tell you how
We marginalized the people who dedicate their lives to understanding the complexity of our world. We chose to read 360 characters instead of 360 pages. We cancelled before we tried to understand. We made (and lost) a quick buck instead of investing in long-term change.
Do what rich people do – Part 2: How to invest in art
Art is an incredible investment class that has long been hidden from plebs like us. So, getting clubs like Masterworks to help build your portfolio may be the next best thing to wining and dining with Caspar Jopling and David Zwirner in Manhattan galleries.