Water stocks can be a boring, but bountiful source of dividends
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Want a commodity that really lets the cash flow? Then you need to look at water stocks. Often ignored by investors for more “sexier” natural resource fare, water could be the key to finding some pretty big dividends. It’s a classic tale of scarce and dwindling supplies coupled with rising global demand.
To start with, water’s current abundance is misleading. While it covers the bulk of the planet’s surface, only about 3% of the water on our planet is fresh water and less than 1% of that is even available for human consumption. That’s a problem as the demand for freshwater is growing twice as quickly as the global population. Expanding that further, during the 20th century, the global population tripled while freshwater withdrawals increased by a factor of 6.
Meanwhile, that demand is putting increased pressures on old and outdated infrastructure. Analysts at HighTower predict that the world will need to spend around $22 trillion on water-related infrastructure projects over the next 20 years just to keep things how they are.
Both of these factors mean that the various water stocks will be swimming in cash flows for quite a while. And those cash flows can mean some big dividends for investors.
Here’s three boring water stocks that pay some quality dividends.
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