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What kinds of things are you looking for? regardless whether you are a trader or investor, what is the most important factor to you?
No doubt the 70 million boomers will place a demand on heath testing.
No doubt the increasing populations will put a demand on energy supplies.
No doubt the increasing populations will demand more water sources.
No doubt waste management will follow the above demands.
No doubt there will be a bump up for financial holdings and control.
All of the above are great proposals.
The doubt lives in the question where.
Want to catch a rocket ride, look for the next technological/I got to have/toy or fashion statement.
Let me know what you find.
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