S&P Global Water Index provides further evidence that water is a good investment

In a recent article in the U.K.'s The Telegraph, personal finance editor Richard Dyson notes that the S&P Global Water Index gained a whopping 97% over five years, almost twice the rate of the general market, which climbed 51%. Although the five year range includes these industries' recovery from...

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