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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.


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#19089  Sticky Note NFLX’s business model has some problems; this article DewDiligence 07/13/19 12:51:22 PM
#19087  Sticky Note WSJ skeptical of Shell’s plans in power: DewDiligence 07/13/19 12:29:46 PM
#19082  Sticky Note BUD pulls Hong-Kong IPO of Asian subsidiary; my take: DewDiligence 07/12/19 03:47:41 PM
#19031  Sticky Note Another reverberation of shrinking oil revenues. semi_infinite 07/02/19 10:11:14 AM
#18990  Sticky Note As a RVNC long, I like that Evaluate DewDiligence 06/25/19 02:27:57 PM
#18985  Sticky Note Tyson Foods’ shock and awe strategy for alternative proteins wow_happens28 06/24/19 09:01:04 PM
#19108   Waymo - Latest impression. I didn't get semi_infinite 07/16/19 09:27:32 AM
#19107   10nisman, you ask, “Why does the Federal Reserve biotech_researcher 07/16/19 05:09:08 AM
#19106   Cass Freight index was created just recently in 10nisman 07/16/19 02:02:33 AM
#19105   Crude-oil production from seven major U.S. shale plays JettLoneStar 07/16/19 01:03:36 AM
#19104   10nisman, Cass is North America only. Dry Bulk- biotech_researcher 07/15/19 08:00:08 PM
#19103   Cass Freight index was created just recently in biotech_researcher 07/15/19 07:55:51 PM
#19102   Class freight index is junk.Thanks for the educated 10nisman 07/15/19 07:48:49 PM
#19099   10nisman, you are confusing a chartist, an individual 10nisman 07/15/19 07:41:24 PM
#19098   U.S. uranium producers recoup a little of last JettLoneStar 07/15/19 05:48:51 PM
#19097   Not sure how RDS plans to dominate intermediation.I DewDiligence 07/15/19 11:25:25 AM
#19096   Enron controlled enough power plants and portions of semi_infinite 07/15/19 11:12:16 AM
#19095   10nisman, you are confusing a chartist, an individual biotech_researcher 07/14/19 04:10:35 PM
#19094   You know, it’s not that bad out there 10nisman 07/14/19 02:32:01 PM
#19093   BA—737-MAX recertification now expected in early 2020, according DewDiligence 07/14/19 01:34:47 PM
#19092   Shell’s venture into electricity. Following Enron’s business model, biotech_researcher 07/13/19 08:03:27 PM
#19091   You know, it’s not that bad out there biotech_researcher 07/13/19 07:55:55 PM
#19090   brain, nervous system, and muscles. One of the OakesCS 07/13/19 02:08:03 PM
#19089   NFLX’s business model has some problems; this article DewDiligence 07/13/19 12:51:22 PM
#19088   What I would worry about is gusts of DewDiligence 07/13/19 12:38:13 PM
#19087   WSJ skeptical of Shell’s plans in power: DewDiligence 07/13/19 12:29:46 PM
#19086   Barron’s touts Tullow (TLW.L): DewDiligence 07/13/19 12:16:50 PM
#19085   Electric Car Price Tag Shrinks Along With Battery biotech_researcher 07/13/19 08:09:10 AM
#19084   WSJ take on BUD's HK-non-IPO misses the point DewDiligence 07/12/19 10:12:02 PM
#19083   BUD - I was wondering why BUD stock semi_infinite 07/12/19 03:55:00 PM
#19082   BUD pulls Hong-Kong IPO of Asian subsidiary; my take: DewDiligence 07/12/19 03:47:41 PM
#19081   Xpeng - yet another China IP theft. semi_infinite 07/12/19 03:19:34 PM
#19080   Appears so but folks may be able to OakesCS 07/12/19 02:27:42 PM
#19079   Doesn’t LIDAR still have problems with inclement weather? DewDiligence 07/12/19 01:20:12 PM
#19078   In am in Mountain View now and seeing semi_infinite 07/12/19 01:17:46 PM
#19077   Investors are apparently expecting a hit to drug/biotech DewDiligence 07/12/19 01:08:25 PM
#19076   Four profit warnings in a year? I don't DewDiligence 07/12/19 12:47:04 PM
#19075   DDAIF/BMWYY - your car is sitting on the semi_infinite 07/12/19 11:24:34 AM
#19074   Cornell 3d benchmark work suggest stereo cameras and semi_infinite 07/12/19 10:34:47 AM
#19073   THIS LIDAR IS SO CHEAP IT COULD MAKE biocqr 07/11/19 05:37:46 PM
#19072   BAX likes the White House CKD plan (even DewDiligence 07/11/19 12:21:27 PM
#19071   NVCR - sham or no-sham. Sales must semi_infinite 07/11/19 11:16:14 AM
#19070   Putin now concerned about worms and birds while semi_infinite 07/10/19 03:52:37 PM
#19069   I am thinking of oil importing countries that semi_infinite 07/10/19 03:04:45 PM
#19068   Many importers of oil can produce their own DewDiligence 07/10/19 02:21:24 PM
#19066   TRXC now +50%. The share price for purchased DewDiligence 07/10/19 02:08:13 PM
#19065   TRXC - strange delay reaction to financing news. semi_infinite 07/10/19 01:58:40 PM
#19064   It is a lot different now compared to semi_infinite 07/10/19 10:30:06 AM
#19063   DVA -7%/FMS -4% on this story…I expected BAX DewDiligence 07/09/19 09:14:12 PM
#19062   That kind of thinking may already be baked DewDiligence 07/09/19 09:11:08 PM
#19061   Not to mention that having the Chinese navy OakesCS 07/09/19 09:07:14 PM
#19060   Not a black-and-white situation because the op-ed’s “oil DewDiligence 07/09/19 05:52:06 PM
#19059   Autonomous driving - the perspective from one chip semi_infinite 07/09/19 05:24:35 PM
#19057   IMO Trump is right to push for burden semi_infinite 07/09/19 05:23:24 PM
#19056   WSJ op-ed on protecting the Strait of Hormuz: DewDiligence 07/09/19 11:35:43 AM
#19055   $NIO NIO all-electric sedan and fast-charging SpotOnTrade 07/09/19 11:04:19 AM
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