Latin America is this Generation’s “China” Investment Opportunity

The investment market is heating up in the Latin American market. The growth could be similar to what we saw in China decades ago that many of us missed.

How Long Can These Sky High Colombian Coffee Prices Last?

The perfect storm is here for Colombian coffee producers. Growing coffee is now remarkably profitable.

Venture Capital Firms are Piling Into Early Stage Companies in Latin America: Accredited Investors Should Piggyback

Latin America is making its way onto the world stage of early-company investment.

The Growth of Investing in Early-Stage Companies by Accredited Investors: What to Know and How to Participate

The why, what, where and how for accredited investors searching for additional private market investment opportunities.

How Laziness and Greed Are Defining Big Swaths of the Impact Investing World

A large number of currently available impact investment products are lazy versions of what we believe the market actually wants to see.

Coffee As An Investment: Where to Allocate Capital in a Record-Setting Coffee Market

Global coffee prices have surged 55% throughout 2021. The global coffee supply chain in general is being tested in a manner that hasn’t been commonplace in the past. Where is the opportunity as an investor in the coffee sector?

How Can Investors Choose an Impact Investment that Actually Makes an Impact?

These are the steps that every impact-focused investor must go through to strategically select the impact investment that is right for them.

What Would The Green Coffee Company Look Like as a Public Company?

The Green Coffee Company, a Legacy Group portfolio company, is targeting an initial public offering in 2025. This is what that could mean for GCC investors, investors in what will be the #1 producer of coffee in Colombia, the world´s third largest coffee-producing country.

How Foreign Companies are Raising Capital from U.S. Investors

Companies operating outside of the U.S. continue to look to the U.S. capital markets and U.S.-based investors to finance their overseas businesses and projects.  The investing interest and desire for opportunity is mutual between these two constituencies.  As the following table prepared by The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis demonstrates, U.S. investors are eager and… Continue reading How Foreign Companies are Raising Capital from U.S. Investors