Cargil does not trade on the stock market, although they seem to post earnings from time to time. If i cold find a plot of earnings vs time i might be able to compare it to adm performance. Cargil is a private company and not required to tell the public its finances like public owned companies on the stock market. Its a bit of a worry adm could get privatized one day. While it would only happen at a premium it would be a shame to lose the future growth potential. The good news is the size of adm makes it only a target for the most wealthy or wealthy partners.