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|Subject: Re: OT: Global Water shortage.||Date: 4/18/2013 11:42 PM|
|Author: putnid||Number: 201035 of 228976|
how does an investor (like you) approach this problem? - jan
I can't offer an adequate answer. As it happens, environmental engineering was my profession (I'm retired now). The firms that participate in the water supply/desalination arena are far-flung and typically engage in a broad spectrum of activities that can't be categorized as "pure plays" in the water supply niche. I'm still doing research, though, and may find a good candidate or two in the coming years.
Not wanting to leave you empty-handed, I'll reference something I posted on Value Hounds recently. I mentioned GDF Suez (GDFZY):
Water supply services/desalination constitute just a small fraction of the company's portfolio. Even so, I rather like that aspect of the company.
That's just one idea...something others may find worth chewing on.
I'm keeping my eyes open for other opportunities. And I sure as heck will appreciate the fact that others may have sharper eyes than I...
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