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water our most precious commodity
Buy-out for less than current quoted value. This stock is stuck while the market will trend higher. Purely a technical play.
HHHMMMM these types that have been seen as full success when done before......
nice little water play
gut feeling it will out perform
water more important for Life than oil.
In the future, water services companies will be like today's oil services companies...only more important.
Water is quickly becoming a population rate-limiting commodity. As demand goes up, so will profits for all the players. HOO is in a great position since it has already secured paying contracts for 2009 and some of 2010 already. With its foot in the door in China, South africa and other developing countries, HOO stands ready to reap the benefits of the coming "wave" of water management needs. The dividend is a nice bonus as well, so you can get paid while you wait for the inevitable. The valuation is also compelling. A great long term utility investment.
Company that is expanding into china, they are world wide, they make money and their is no coverage of this company on wall street. Water is limited source and as governaments try to rebuild their economies I believe water and electric companies are going to be the ones making money.
Water and wastewater services in emerging countries. Profitable. Trading below book value.
Tip from a coworker. Not very scienctific I admit!
Their U.K.Water Company 'Regulated Asset Value' is more than todays stock value without the added value by outperforming in practically every criteria since float. I am confident that their half year figures will further confirm in 8 days time.This is one of those stocks where the Motley Fool will be totally fooled.
China Water play
Testing out a portfolio with outperforms on stocks with tickers that spell words.
This recent UK IPO re-stores and re-suppplies water and wasterwater in several countries througout the world including fast develping nations including Philippines, Mexico, China, Panama, Africa, and others. Most of the places where Cascal contributes it's services are countries where clean water and sewage s scarce or those with high population. This idea works for me; who doesn't need clean water?
I was looking at recent IPOs and I'm curious to see how this stock does.I'd expect water companies such as this one to do well over the long term.
Clean water as we all knowis needed for life. It seems much of the worlds water is in need of some cleaning and Cascal NV seemsto do a very good job.Good job, reputation and need of their methods to me equal acompany for my money to invest in.I just can't find a dividend, Yield. Does anyone a bit wiser havean answer. Or do they not get involved in that?This was my first writing on CAPS, I hope to join in more often,but I'm a pretty shy type guy.
Dynamic water company in a growing market.
Cascal has a dominating market position in waste water treatment services for many of the world's emerging economies, where access to clean water will only become a larger issue as the year's go by. Their main competitor are state run organizations, but despite this fact, Cascal is netting some very large contracts (especially in China). Revenue has been constantly increasing, and their balance sheet looks decent. This is a long term, growth driven play for international utilities.
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