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In many nations, a middle class is emerging for the first time in history.
Companies who satisfy the demands of these consumers ought to have bright prospects.
Natural Resources / The Global Demographic Tailwind  is a forum for investment ideas based on this premise.


World map with country area proportional to population

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#15006  Sticky Note Housekeeping note: The world map atop this message DewDiligence 06/20/17 06:26:54 PM
#14996  Sticky Note Why soyabeans are the crop of the century jbog 06/20/17 04:56:28 PM
#14971  Sticky Note Robots Rise in the Old World jbog 06/18/17 08:25:00 PM
#14879  Sticky Note Global market for NG becomes a reality: DewDiligence 06/06/17 08:04:56 PM
#14613  Sticky Note Oil-price forecasts all over the map—complicating factor is shale: DewDiligence 04/12/17 09:44:29 AM
#2768  Sticky Note The Rising Influence of Rising Affluence DewDiligence 05/28/11 02:46:24 PM
#15038   BBBY hits multiyear low: DewDiligence 06/23/17 03:11:36 PM
#15037   Thanks, jbog for the AMOT tip—I'll check it out. DewDiligence 06/23/17 12:38:15 PM
#15036   Danaher is a good pick. Top notch jbog 06/23/17 12:34:00 PM
#15035   CLLS files S-1 for (potential) Calyxt IPO: DewDiligence 06/23/17 12:19:28 PM
#15034   Can you cite some examples of big cities jbog 06/23/17 07:08:18 AM
#15033   for starters there's any city in Italy and OakesCS 06/22/17 08:34:58 PM
#15032   6 Stocks Amazon Has Probably Helped Destroy This Titan V 06/22/17 03:50:05 PM
#15031   My new position is DHR. Yes, I still DewDiligence 06/22/17 12:06:25 PM
#15030   I've settled on a name, but I'm not 10nisman 06/22/17 11:43:53 AM
#15029   Can you cite some examples of big cities 10nisman 06/22/17 10:39:37 AM
#15028   Can you cite some examples of big cities nowlurking 06/22/17 10:09:05 AM
#15027   I think there is still some downside to beigledog 06/22/17 08:24:42 AM
#15026   dont get me wrong. I'm a big supporter OakesCS 06/21/17 11:14:41 PM
#15025   What is your current opinion on the Met mr_o 06/21/17 09:30:40 PM
#15024   I know the met coal guys very well. beigledog 06/21/17 08:55:31 PM
#15023   Public transportation is currently much cheaper than Uber 10nisman 06/21/17 03:22:07 PM
#15022   Re: “OPEC fatigue” DewDiligence 06/21/17 03:03:36 PM
#15021   Mylan cut its tax rate into the single jbog 06/21/17 11:52:49 AM
#15020   biocqr I look for a cross between wow_happens28 06/21/17 10:37:09 AM
#15019   For people that do not drive or own biocqr 06/21/17 10:03:23 AM
#15018   I should have added that Uber drivers will biotech_researcher 06/21/17 08:53:13 AM
#15017   Oakes, accepting Uber will be slow to come biotech_researcher 06/21/17 08:50:50 AM
#15016   Except that several big cities have outlawed services OakesCS 06/21/17 08:35:30 AM
#15015   less car ownership/higher utilization = fewer cars on 10nisman 06/21/17 08:33:49 AM
#15014   Drillers in the Permian Basin can now breakeven biotech_researcher 06/21/17 07:59:26 AM
#15013   Yeah, the tech bubble in 2000 uplifted not biotech_researcher 06/21/17 07:21:30 AM
#15012   Réduction in idling taxis is another. biotech_researcher 06/21/17 07:15:21 AM
#15011   biocqr--Good thoughts. The speed that GPS planting wow_happens28 06/20/17 11:13:08 PM
#15010   Interesting comparison of the Tech Bubble in 2000 wow_happens28 06/20/17 11:02:24 PM
#15009   More food for thought... biocqr 06/20/17 10:01:42 PM
#15008   I don't see why the growth of Uber biocqr 06/20/17 09:24:08 PM
#15007   GS: The death of malls will fuel 'degentrification' http://read.bi/2rSi4OB Titan V 06/20/17 07:18:21 PM
#15006   Housekeeping note: The world map atop this message DewDiligence 06/20/17 06:26:54 PM
#15005   I did not know that, and with an wow_happens28 06/20/17 05:52:56 PM
#15004   I've settled on a name, but I'm not DewDiligence 06/20/17 05:50:47 PM
#15003   Soybeans are cheaper* to grow than corn, partly DewDiligence 06/20/17 05:48:56 PM
#15002   95% of animal feed grains in the US wow_happens28 06/20/17 05:42:55 PM
#15001   MON is the premiere beneficiary of global growth DewDiligence 06/20/17 05:24:12 PM
#15000   Thanks, that was replying to Dew. I wow_happens28 06/20/17 05:07:54 PM
#14999   If you're interested in food groups I'd suggest jbog 06/20/17 05:06:13 PM
#14997   I'm looking for a name (or names) wow_happens28 06/20/17 04:58:25 PM
#14996   Why soyabeans are the crop of the century jbog 06/20/17 04:56:28 PM
#14995   DHR sells €600M ($675M) of 10-year bonds at 1.2%: DewDiligence 06/20/17 04:14:34 PM
#14994   XOM, GM, BP among supporters of US carbon tax: DewDiligence 06/20/17 03:52:16 PM
#14993   GE’s aircraft-leasing business is now the largest component DewDiligence 06/20/17 10:52:04 AM
#14992   Not much. I did when I owned BHP DewDiligence 06/20/17 09:07:55 AM
#14991   Do you follow the Metallurgical Coal producing companies mr_o 06/20/17 07:35:53 AM
#14990   Wow, oil down to $43.55 this morning.. This biotech_researcher 06/20/17 06:29:40 AM
#14989   The advantages of the internal combustion engine versus OakesCS 06/19/17 10:26:03 PM
#14988   You forgot the $.60 cost for a plug biotech_researcher 06/19/17 09:13:28 PM
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