Investing In Cocoa: The Definitive Guide
The commodity cocoa , refers to cocoa beans, which are the dried seeds from the, Theobroma Cacao , or cocoa tree. The tree is native to the Americas, specifically the Southern Hemisphere, and has been a major part of the area’s history, though now the vast majority of the trees exist in West Africa. In fact, cocoa beans were used as a common currency in many areas prior to the Spanish conquest. Now, cocoa is used all over the world to create chocolate, and other products such as cocoa butter. Many consume cocoa beans because of the benefits associated with them, as they are thought to have positive effects on cardiovascular health among other things. As an investment, cocoa has become a popular commodity for investors looking to cash in on the sweet gains it can provide [for more cocoa news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: Ultimate Guide To Cocoa Investing Which Cocoa ETF Is Right For You? NIB vs. CHOC The Five Minute Guide to Cocoa ETFs For Day Traders: The Most Liquid ETF for Every Commodity 5 Best-Performing Commodities Of 2012
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