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Investing in the flow

Water as a resource in which to invest isn’t as straightforward as the investment in other commodities, as demand grows for this increasingly scarce element

Andreas Fruschki
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Investing in the flow

Water as a resource in which to invest isn’t as straightforward as the investment in other commodities, as demand grows for this increasingly scarce element

Andreas Fruschki

There is no guarantee

Past performance does not guarantee future results. There have been periods during which the water industry underperformed the broader market and/or posted negative returns. Keep in mind that focusing in one sector or industry increases an investment’s vulnerability to any single economic, political or regulatory development. Foreign investing involves the risk of currency fluctuation and the impact of political and social change. Investing in emerging markets involves heightened risks related to the same factors, in addition to those associated with these markets’ smaller size and lesser liquidity.

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