The purpose of this chapter is to investigate the nature and dynamics of capital accumulation in the rubber and iron ore sectors of Liberia. In other words, how is capital accumulated in Liberia’s rubber and iron ore sectors? In order to address this research question, the chapter is divided into four major parts. First is the examination of the peripheral capitalist Liberian state as the crucible for capital accumulation. Second, the capital accumulation processes in Liberia are deciphered for the purpose of locating the major actors that are involved in capital accumulation there. Third, the chapter analyzes the sectoral accumulation of capital by examining the major actors in the rubber and iron ore sectors. Finally, the study draws several major conclusions.