WATER our most precious resource!

By Gr8Full!, November 3, 2015

A brief factual video about H2O as an introduction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIaw5mCjHPI
This discussion thread is dedicated to to the many facets of H2O and how we may conserve, share, transport, desalinate etc. and profit from this essential life giving resource that is now approaching a global crisis in many areas of our planet. Best2ALL!-Ben

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hendrixnuzzles
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Hi Ben, took a quick look at the website. Obviously there is a pressing need for this kind of technology on many places around the world. I have not followed the postings on Cardinal and the question may have been answered. But the main question is…at what point, and how, is this company going to make any money ? It is basically providing a needed service for communities that cannot afford it. If there are major charitable organizations or governments that are going to pay for the installations, that is a plausible path to profitability. If the Indian or Chinese… Read more ยป

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jking1939
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$CDNL – http://www.hotstocked.com/article/93569/cardinal-resources-inc-otcmkts-cdnl-gets-back.html

Long $CDNL

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$XYL (Zylem) Jim Cramer talked about $XYL Friday (7/1) as a “pure water” investment which he thinks will do well with little risk due to the immediate need for infrastructure spending as we are discovering the water supply in the US, as well as elsewhere, is in deep decay. (I’ve started brushing my teeth in purified water, speaking of decay.) I am long and deep $CDNL but think Cardinal is a better play for undeveloped countries needing small “point of supply” systems rather than major repair and construction facilities for water treatment. I don’t know if this stock has been… Read more ยป

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