This tale begins in Nebraska. From 1973 to 1981, the Midwest experienced an explosion in farm prices, caused by a widespread belief that runaway inflation was coming and fueled by the lending policies of small rural banks. Then the bubble burst, bringing price declines of 50% or more that devastated both leveraged farmers and their lenders. Five times as many Iowa and Nebraska banks failed in that bubble's aftermath as in our recent Great Recession. To read more, click here


03/21/2014 2:42am

I have forwarded a mail regarding some doubts on the given mail id but not yet got the reply. Kindly try to resolve my problem.

05/04/2014 11:32am

I am a financial adviser and I always looking for such articles that are productive and useful for me. After 1981 banks changes their policies because they face many problems. These policies have a direct effect on farmers. Now farmers are hiring a financial adviser to make a good plan for them.

05/07/2014 4:08pm

This is a comprehensive article and I get the point what you were trying to say about real estate investment. There is doubt that financial advisers are so important after 80's because banks changes their policy. Farmers should hire a financial adviser for better future investment planning.


This is impossible to say because everybody have personal experience regarding every field.


Leave a Reply