Water Investment

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Deposit min/max: $15 / no limit
Profit: 10-14% weekly!
Withdrawal: manual
Referral: 7% per each deposit
Our investment: $200
daily payout: $140
ROI: in profit
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WaterInvestment is the only investment fund concentrating solely on the worldwide water sector. Managed by Jason Lee, an entrepreneur of 15 years in the water industry, our fund offers you a unique opportunity to invest in what is getting hotter nowadays.

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If you think that the upcoming energy shortage is going to be bad, it will pale in comparison to the next water crisis, so investment in fresh water infrastructure is going to be a good and safe long term investment theme.

Although Earth is often referred to as the water planet, only 2.5% is fresh, and three quarters of that is locked up in ice at the North and South poles. In places like China, with a quarter of the world’s population, up to 90% of the fresh water is already polluted, some irretrievably so. Some 18% of the world population lacks access to potable water, and demand is expected to rise by 40% in the next 20 years. The World Bank warns of "catastrophic consequences" if water use and supply are not brought into balance.

As water shortages become more evident, there should be an increasing number of investment opportunities to benefit financially from those companies that will help solve the problem.

In our opinion, the best option to invest in is technology. The world needs more efficient methods (such as drip irrigation instead of surface water irrigation, and recycling of industrial waste water for industrial reuse).

We are actively looking for and investing in those technology companies that create solutions for greater water efficiency or more water supply from the oceans. Also, we make direct investments in fresh water projects, if we believe that they are extremely valuable.

Unlike the demand for stereos, cars or cell phones, no economic downturn is going to decrease the demand for water infrastructure. We all drink water. We all don’t have clean water. It’s just that simple.

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