Sector Expert: Tom Wallace

The AgLetter

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Tom Wallace is the publisher and editor of The Agletter. He is a successful natural resource investor who specializes in the agricultural sphere. His research covers a plethora of agricultural subindustries ranging from agri-mineral miners to farm machinery producers. He has spent significant time in the middle east, Australia and New Zealand where he currently resides. Wallace is a passionate anarcho-capitalist and free market advocate. He publishes his research at www.agletter.com.



Recent Interviews

Experts' Guide to Getting the Most Out of Company Presentations (7/28/15)
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What can you really learn from the fuzzy project diagrams, site photos and columns of numbers often shown in dark rooms at conferences? A lot, if you know what you are looking for, according to the experts. Beyond the warnings about forward-looking statements, corporate presentations often contain the details that could make or break a project's economics. And many companies time the release of important information to coincide with events like the Sprott-Stansberry Natural Resource Symposium, going on now in Vancouver. For those who weren't able to make the trip or are doing their homework in a hotel room somewhere, The Gold Report asks veteran investors what they look for in a corporate presentation when evaluating a possible opportunity. As a bonus, we included links to several company presentations shown in Vancouver so you can practice your analyzing skills.

Winning the Hunger Games: Tom Wallace on How to Choose Successful Agriculture Investments (7/21/15)
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Starting with the premise that people have to eat, The Agletter Editor Tom Wallace has found productive fields in the many subsectors of the ag investment space. Without discounting the risks, he explains to The Energy Report how investors can recognize and hedge those risks. Wallace also names three favorite companies that span the spectrum, from planting the seed to foodstuff.

Recent Quotes

"INP is led by people who have a track record of success in the agricultural sector."

— Tom Wallace, Ag Letter (8/18/15)
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"DSF is a beautiful logistics play."

The Energy Report Interview with Tom Wallace (7/21/15)
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"INP generated $11M in streaming revenue during 2015; that's a beautiful business model."

The Energy Report Interview with Tom Wallace (7/21/15)
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