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Protected: Results Continue to Show Benefit of Selling Timber through Bid Process

2018-08-02T01:44:49+00:00

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Protected: Results Continue to Show Benefit of Selling Timber through Bid Process 2018-08-02T01:44:49+00:00

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Timber Markets – as of July 30, 2018

2018-08-02T01:32:33+00:00

Several hardwood species have seen some downward lumber price movement since our Market Update several weeks ago.  There usually is a “lull” in our regional markets during the mid-summer months […]

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Timber Markets – as of July 30, 2018 2018-08-02T01:32:33+00:00

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Timber Markets – as of July 18, 2018

2018-08-02T01:31:06+00:00

The summer months have seen steady market demand so far  for hardwood timber across the Appalachian Region of the US.  With generally good log supply available, lumber production has reportedly […]

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Timber Markets – as of July 18, 2018 2018-08-02T01:31:06+00:00

An Insight into US Hardwood Log and Lumber Exports

2018-03-14T13:49:05+00:00

Global equity and commodity markets are currently seeing some significant fluctuations lately. As was mentioned in one of our last blog posts titled “Stock Market Make You Worried? Take a Walk in Your Woods,” it’s become more difficult to predict why these markets move the way they do. Certainly, there are some very visible events that influence investing trends, but the predictability of the market has become much more of an art than science over the years. This week’s news that the Administration is talking about placing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports created another mild panic, as stocks again lost ground again after mostly recovering from the “correction” that occurred several weeks back. Fears of a global trade war beginning have some advisors suggesting caution going forward, as Canada, the European Union and other countries (including China) may retaliate and create additional uncertainties that make specific equity sectors very unattractive – at least in the short term.

An Insight into US Hardwood Log and Lumber Exports 2018-03-14T13:49:05+00:00

Stock Market Make You Worried? Take a Walk in Your Woods.

2018-02-17T18:29:17+00:00

As I write this, the stock market has officially entered into “correction territory”, defined as “a 10 percent drop in stocks […]

Stock Market Make You Worried? Take a Walk in Your Woods. 2018-02-17T18:29:17+00:00

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – Third Week of August 2017 Update

2018-01-17T21:49:51+00:00

Strong demand and moderately low inventories (mostly due to weather conditions) have created a steady and strong transactional situation in general across the industry. Log prices are seeing the effects of this consistent demand for lumber and have increased in response.

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – Third Week of August 2017 Update 2018-01-17T21:49:51+00:00

Have You Seen This Bad Bug?

2018-01-17T21:49:51+00:00

The Spotted Lanternfly is the latest invasive species to infest the Northeast. While it is currently only found in Southeastern PA, the Department of Agriculture is hoping to keep it that way. We need your help to stop the #SpottedLanternfly from spreading. It is a major threat to some of our most valuable commodities, including: hardwoods, grapes, hops, stone fruits, apples, etc. Early detection is vital to control this invasive pest and protect the region’s agriculture and natural resources-related businesses.

Have You Seen This Bad Bug? 2018-01-17T21:49:51+00:00

Six Reasons Why Investing In Timberland Is Attractive

2017-08-28T20:33:25+00:00

Investing in timberland may be unfamiliar to most mainstream investors… but it’s no stranger to institutional investors and high-net-worth individuals. Sources from 2014 indicate that large institutional investors have over $45 billion invested globally in timberland… and this trend has continued to accelerate. It was reported in 2014 that in the US alone, Timber Investment Management Organizations (management groups that specifically aid institutional investors and high net worth individuals in managing their timberland investments) managed over 23 million acres of forestland investments, representing approximately 7% of total privately owned timberland. So what is it that entices investors enough to spend over $45 billion to invest in timberland - what makes it such an attractive investment?

Six Reasons Why Investing In Timberland Is Attractive 2017-08-28T20:33:25+00:00
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