final profit making is subject to three mayor variables:
increasing wood market prices at harvest stage, quality
and volume of wood. Normally we obtain between 0.70
to 0.90 m³ per tree unit, taking in consideration
a conservative average of 0.75 m³ per tree as a
reference. All these are estimated calculations exclusively
used for its informational value, lacking of significance
at the time of settlement.
Forest investment have little or no relation to other
endeavors; as the world supply of Teak dwindles, the
price of this exotic and magnificent wood will continue
to rise in an environment were offer is currently limited.