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What’s interesting about this is that in today’s shifting economy, accredited investors—especially real estate investors—are looking for assets that can grow faster than inflation. They are learning that water is a stable and high-yield asset class that does especially well in hard times.

4 Bargain Stocks with Massive Growth Potential

Lack of funding is a BIG barrier to entry for other companies in this profitable industry. No capital required equals fast deals, and the rental/usage model makes credit easy. This total outsourcing of water treatment creates long-lived, high-loyalty customers.

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Water outsourcing through managed services is very, very needed. Like an internet service provider develops and manages a company's website through a service level agreement, the Company is doing the same with water treatment. In the water industry, when applied to outsourced water treatment, these are known as Water Purchase Agreements (WPAs).

4 Stocks to Help Keep You Afloat in a Market Crash

According to OriginClear, Inc. (OTC Pink: OCLN), water companies are historically a very “safe” investment, virtually recession-proof as unregulated water rates are growing faster than inflation, and this is good for the industry.

3 Inexpensive but Mighty Stocks

In that confusing pile of stocks, what should you be looking for? There are several options. He breaks it down as this, “…a stock that's been beaten down but has solid growth prospects due to a transformation or a refresh; a lesser-known upstart with some competitive edge; or a stock that's simply undervalued with some kind of catalyst that will propel it forward.”

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With the rights to patented water systems technology after the acquisition of a 25-year-old company in Texas with a sterling reputation as a builder of custom industrial water treatment plants (and generating close to $4 million per year in sales while flying under Wall Street’s radar), OriginClear is leading the fast-growing business of helping industry cope with its own pollution.

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On a similar note, in today’s shifting economy, accredited investors—especially real estate investors—are looking for assets that can grow faster than inflation. They are learning that water is a stable and high-yield asset class that does especially well in hard times.

4 Rising Stocks Using Technology in Innovative Ways

In the article, the writer discusses how electric-vehicle stocks like Tesla and NIO hit all time highs earlier this year. Per the writer, “However, many investors who chased those rallies were punished over the past three months, as rising bond yields sparked a rapid rotation from growth to value stocks. Many high-growth tech stocks also plummeted as investors pivoted from pandemic growth stories to reopening plays.”

6 Industrial Stocks Coming Alive as the Economy Recovers

Industrial water is another area to strongly consider. In today’s shifting economy, accredited investors—especially real estate investors—are looking for assets that can grow faster than inflation. They are learning that water is a stable and high-yield asset class that does especially well in hard times.

3 Dividend Stocks Yielding 8% or Higher

Now, these aren’t always created equal, and as the writer says “…yield is a key metric.” The average yield is only 2% for S&P listed companies. The writer also recommends considering share appreciation or upside potential.