5 stocks to profit from water scarcity

We all need water, and yet clean, reliable sources are hard to come by and increasingly drying up. That's where these companies come in.

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Aug 27, 2014 6:52PM

MSN should quit selling advertising so as not to capitalize on the dying media market.

Aug 27, 2014 7:57PM
People in misery from lack of water for life & a living. People dying in the Russia invasion of Ukraine. Wall Street looks for profits off others no matter what. Cold cash is all that matters to them.
Aug 28, 2014 9:09AM
The next move from the powers to be is the monopolization of water world wide and profit off it just like petrol.  And the sad part is that we will let them do it without a fight. Example they are now outlawing the collection of rain water in some parts of the country.  These natural resources are the property of all creatures of the earth not just big corporations  Time to wake up people!
Aug 28, 2014 12:26AM
I will start a WAR before I have to pay someone xtras for waters. Don't mess with my Earthly entitlement.
Aug 28, 2014 8:36AM

"how to profit from the scarcity of water???" Who thinks like this? Only a Capitalist mind think this. way.


May you die of thrist a thousand times

Aug 28, 2014 10:00AM
If the water supply really runs low, they will be the first persons the people will go after. No thanks. Money isn't that important.
Aug 28, 2014 4:28PM
Scumbags were not able to drop us triple digits today but they always have tomorrow, do not forget that...We were able to minimize the damage but they still got their way...Oh well, we were lucky that the socialist village idiot didn't start spewing lies until after the close because if not the market would have definitely dropped triple digits, no doubt about that one.
Aug 28, 2014 9:44AM
Well folks, we all knew we were not going to keep manipulators quiet for long and this morning they came back to life...In charge down here early and with the volume this low its not going to be a good day; all we can do today is try to minimize the damage....You will hear Ukraine today, Europe, sure, everything but manipulation. Oh well, we've had a couple of nice weeks...We will see what happens today, down close to triple digits already....Be cautious...More later.
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