Investing in Potash and Phosphates
Table of Contents
- Potash Outlook 2020: Weather Will be Deciding Factor for Growth
- Phosphate Outlook 2020: Is a Global Shortage Imminent?
- 5 Top Phosphates and Potash News Stories of 2019
Dear Potash and Phosphates Investor,
2019 was challenging for the potash sector, with weather-related output issues impeding growth in the industry as a whole and a rail strike affecting Canadian producers specifically. This growth in MOP prices has created optimism about pricing in 2020, when demand for fertilizers is expected to increase globally. What does this mean for new investors into the potash and phosphates market? Read our FREE 2020 outlook report on potash and phosphates investing to educate yourself on this sector!
According to the International Fertilizer Association, 25 percent of global crop land has experienced degradation, which over time will make it harder to grow sustainable crops. In addition to that, the impacts of climate change are growing. “SOP projects in Australia look promising, but there are so many of them now (that) the investor needs to be careful if she or he makes a judgment that ‘this project will work because the last one did,’” Mike Ferguson, CEO of Gensource Potash said. “Again, it doesn’t work that way.”
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