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NEW YORK ( Insider Monkey) -- Agricultural chemicals companies will keep growing (pun intended) because they make chemicals that fertilize plants and feed the soil in which they grow.
As such, these companies grow with the increased food demands of the world's ever-growing population, so as long as the population is growing, these companies are growing, too, making them good investments.
The agricultural chemical companies on this list have significant hedge fund investment (i.e. over $100 million).Mosaic (MOS). Of the 300 or more hedge funds we track, 38 owned positions in MOS at the end of the third quarter, down from 51 at the end of the second quarter. Total hedge fund investment in the company also declined, going from $2.50 billion to $1.15 billion. The difference may be significant, but so is the total amount invested. Hedge funds invested in MOS include Michael Kaufman's
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