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If forecasts for a hot, dry summer develop, it would drive incremental demand for water.
Consider taking some profits before the pinch on the U.S. consumer gets tighter.
As millions of people strive to recover, we can expect shifts in consumer spending for these companies.
As the infrastructure decays, these construction and utility companies are in a position to profit.
SAIC is slated to split in two next year, and I'm particularly interested in one of these future entities.
Water will be the next rare commodity, and Xylem and its stock are in a good position.
The growing global scarity of fresh water is a long-term pain point, which appeals to an investor's perspective.
I found some time to focus on the growing stack of 13HF filings that have been dribbling in.