From Tony Sagami: If you’re a longtime reader, you know that I was raised on a vegetable farm in western Washington.
From Invesco: While we in North America tend to take fresh water resources for granted, fresh water is an increasingly scarce commodity in other parts of the world.
From Taki Tsaklanos: Late last year, InvestingHaven’s research team identified 4 Stock Market Sectors Which Could Outperform In The First Months Of 2017. As the first month of 2017 is coming to an end, we are following up on the stock market sector view and present readers with the most fascinating sectors so far.
A new water equities-focused ETF just launched from Summit Water Capital Advisors, which joins a growing number of similar funds that have attracted substantial investor interest.
The drought in California is getting a lot worse. As you read this, snowpack levels in the Sierra Nevada mountains are the lowest that have ever been recorded. That means that there won’t be much water for California farmers and California cities once again this year.
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Have you noticed that prices are going up rapidly? If so, you are certainly not alone. But Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen, the Obama administration and the mainstream media would have us believe that inflation is completely under control and exactly where it should be.
War, famine, mass extinctions and devastating plagues – all of these are coming unless some kind of miraculous solution is found to the world’s rapidly growing water crisis. By the year 2030, the global demand for water will exceed the global supply
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