Why Desalination Is The Future for Water Supply

Total Wealth Staff Mar 24, 2016

5 Responses to Why Desalination Is The Future for Water Supply

  1. Steve says:

    Hi Keith,

    Nice to read your article again. My question is not immediately related to any Water stock, but still with another important theme — public safety and terrorism. I like your recommendation of RGR , its sales has increased significantly after CA terrorism attack. However today share dropped lot suddenly, partially related to James’ accusation of its “misleading” investors on its potential risk. What a joke. I want to hear your opinion on this. Do you think RGR stock will be damaged ?


    • Keith says:

      Morning Steve and that’s a great question.

      Like any stock that’s had a big run up, RGR is vulnerable to short term volatility. The longer term dynamics, though, remain intact which means the only question most investors have to contend with is how they handle it.

      Best regards and thanks for being part of the Total Wealth Family, Keith 🙂

  2. H. Craig Bradley says:

    Try this one Keith: Foresight


    The Carlsbad project site is a huge success for San Diego Water and Power customers and outlying communities who now get 10% of their fresh water from desalinization and know exactly how much it will cost for the next 30 years, regardless of persistent droughts. Carlsbad residents voted on this project and an extra water fee to pay for the bonded indebtedness. It will be free and clear in 30 years. The State and Federal governments could have backed similar projects statewide in Calif. and would be in a stronger position to weather future water shortages.

    Instead, we waste tax dollars on entitlements, wars we can not win, political graft, exorbitant government overhead costs, and worst of all, funding the rentier economy where U.S.BANKERS rake-in interest payments from overly indebted cities, states, and most of all, the entire Federal Government. We get no infrastructure developments of any consequence or economic value from debt and interest payments.

    Wasting the future will eventually ruin our lives if it keeps up this way for another 20 years !!!! Its part of why voters are so angry this election cycle. Only smart jurisdictions have the right stuff to take control of their collective futures for themselves. Most do not. We have to break-up the central banks and central government controls and let each community or jurisdiction fend for itself. People will eventually vote with their feet and capital and the laggards would and should suffer and go bankrupt (depopulate). Its either that, or the whole ship goes down at the same time, as did the unsinkable H.M.S. Titanic.

    • Keith says:

      Great insight Craig!

      Planning for the future, unfortunately, seems to be a lost art for our elected officials.

      Best regards and thanks for being part of the Total Wealth Family, Keith 🙂

      • H. Craig Bradley says:


        The elected officials substituted unearned income ( bribes ) for themselves over the collective (national) welfare. They sold out. So, its not so much they lost the art of planning but instead, chose corruption over service. There are no more true “civil servants” at the highest policy making levels.

        Remember Dr. Gruber ( MIT) the consultant who bragged how easily he fooled (marketed) the Congress the voters, and the General Public into believing Obama Care was health insurance instead of a new Federal Tax, as he designed it for this Administration?

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