There is an old saying about land that states: "They aint making any more of it." The world is 1 major drought away from a huge move higher in grain (and farmland) prices. You can only pull a rubber band so far before it snaps back. Hang onto Adecoagro. I can't tell you when, but it will be significantly higher at soem future point in time.
If you buy AGRO stock, it goes down. If you don't buy AGRO stock, it goes down. When the financials show losses, the stock goes down. When the financials show improvement, the stock goes down. Down, down, down. Soros is about as powerful as N. Korean citizen
Uruguay just passed a tax to tax farm land to raise $60 million a year. Once you start down that path you usually keep raising taxes as you need more money.
With the socialist regime in Argentina it just seems that this company is going to have a more difficult time. Stock markets around the globe have had a great couple of years except for this company, that says a lot to me.