Timber Investments: Exploring the Benefits of Tropical Hardwoods

Alex Wilson from Maderas Futuro joins Ray to talk about the potential benefits of adding South American tropical hardwoods to your investment portfolio. Individuals, corporations, and institutional investors choose to own timberland for a variety of financial reasons, and Maderas Futuro assists potential investors with strategic planning of such ownership.
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