“Arguably the most important resource on the planet, water companies have garnered much investor attention, as they grant exposure to a commodity with a completely inelastic demand”
Rainmaker Worldwide, Inc. (OTC-RAKR) takes center stage with explosive gains over the last 2 weeks. We believe this is just the beginning as the general public begins to find out about this amazing company.
It’s quickly becoming no secret that we tapped into something special with Rainmaker as share price continues to rise from just under a penny to hitting a high of $0.248 on Friday showing a gain of 2,380% since it’s trend higher in September.
We released Part 1 on Rainmaker back on Monday titled: Put Rainmaker Worldwide, Inc. (OTC-RAKR) On Your Radar introducing you to this play and to it’s incredibly powerful story early last week, confident that we had something special and our hard work payed off as Rainmaker continued its trend higher trading at $0.14 on Monday and making gains of 77% off its highs on Friday.
Solid support and new base above $0.20
**But before we get into this article, we have to announce Rainmaker’s Breaking News**
Capping off Rainmaker’s marvelous September run is breaking news released just this morning that we have to talk about first as this news is releasing to the public right now.
September 30, 2019: Rainmaker Worldwide Inc. today announced the award of European Union (EU) Horizon 2020 Project for Rainmaker’s Water to Water Product. One of 15 winners across all of Europe out of nearly 6000 applicants.
Rainmaker Worldwide Inc. today announced the award of European Union (EU) Horizon 2020 Project for Rainmaker’s Water to Water Product. One of 15 winners across all of Europe out of nearly 6000 applicants.
After a two-year process of due diligence by the European Union, Rainmaker was granted a Grant for more than 2.5 million USD to develop a Water to Water solution in the Canary Islands. It will be 100% powered by renewable energy. The only desalination of its kind using only renewable energy.
Get the full news release here.
Well, it appears that we’ve found the smoking gun that we’ve been looking for. It’s no secret that penny stocks can move on just about nothing and if there’s nothing behind the play then, chances are, the move higher was just a blip on the radar. This news is indicative of Rainmaker’s September run from under a penny to nearly a quarter and is also an indicator that these massive percentage gains are here to stay because the gains were founded on strong news from the company.
We’re very thrilled to have been able to time this one correctly and that we were able to get this one out to you all ahead of its breaking news but we were more excited to have the opportunity to present our viewers a company with meaningful purpose. Finally, we have something that’s not just a potentially winning play but also a company that makes you feel good investing in because Rainmaker is tackling humanity’s greatest problem: producing safe drinking water for communities in need so they can thrive and never go thirsty.
As stated in our first article on Rainmaker, a good story alone doesn’t pay the bills so today, and on top of the breaking news, I’m going to give you three more reasons why we believe that Rainmaker’s September win streak is only just beginning..
But for those of you who missed last week’s article, click here to get up to date or read the following company overview below:
Rainmaker Worldwide, Inc. (OTC-RAKR)
Rainmaker produces drinking water for communities. It offers water-producing technologies, including air-to-water technology, which harvests fresh water from the air; water-to-water technology that transforms seawater or polluted water into drinking water; and commercial water-to-water technology.
They offer a suite of Air-to-Water and Water-to-Water technologies. These products deliver a better, more economical way to provide safe drinking water. Air-to-Water harvests fresh water from humidity in the atmosphere, while Water-to-Water transforms non-potable (waste, salty, polluted, grey, or brackish) water into safe drinking water.
All can be wind or solar powered, so they leave no carbon traces. There are also options for grid and generator-powered models. All this, at the lowest cost per liter of fresh drinking water on the market.
Alright, let’s get into this one by starting with the massive problem that Rainmaker and others are taking aim to solve.
The Hard Problem of Fresh Water
When it comes to getting fresh, clean, drinkable water to the world, there’s no bigger problem out there and when it comes to entrepreneurs, the bigger the problem, the bigger the opportunity. The first reason why we like Rainmaker is that they’re solving a problem that can offer massive profit to those who can produce low cost per liter fresh drinking water to the market as soon as possible.
The monumental problem: According to the company, with Less than 3% of the world’s water being fresh, more than 800 million people are living without access to a source of safe drinking water. An estimated 5 billion people face water scarcity problems at least one month per year and as world population continues to grow, millions more will experience water stress.
Wells are running dry as aquifers are being drawn down faster than they are being replenished. In other cases, the water table has been polluted and well water is no longer safe.
Harvesting rainwater is usually supplemental. Many parts of the world experience long dry seasons with little or no rain. Shifting weather patterns make it unreliable.
Desalination at scale has been a technical challenge. Traditional technology is only feasible in large, expensive installations suitable for feeding municipal water systems.
Treating contaminated water has also been a technical challenge at scale. There are numerous technologies for extracting water from humidity. However, most have only been able to achieve this on a personal or household level.
Water scarcity multiplies risk, raising the chances of civil conflict following periods of drought, amongst other problems. The 2016 World Economic Forum’s Report warns that “failure to address climate change and water crises” could also trigger large-scale migrations.” – (https://www.weforum.org/reports/the-global-risks-report-2016)
Lower income countries are most vulnerable as they lack good governance and do not have the resources to invest in water infrastructure.
With nearly 78% of the world’s poor living in rural areas, they are the first and hardest hit by water scarcity, suffering significant income losses. These losses prevent rural families from investing in their children. For example, “Children in Vietnam who experienced these shocks were shown to have delayed school entry, slowed progress in school, and lower height than their peers that did not experience this shock.” – (https://www.governancenow.com/news/regular-story/thirsty-world-stares-limp-economy)
Children in rural India and Mexico were similarly harmed due to water scarcity. – (https://www.governancenow.com/news/regular-story/thirsty-world-stares-limp-economy) Increased water scarcity also spreads disease because of exposure to contaminated water and less water for hygiene. There are longer term effects as well, including causing nutritional deficits in young children which can permanently affect their learning capabilities. – (https://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/publications/jmp-2017/en/)
Big Time Investors Betting Big On Water
Following big time investors is a tried and true method of finding out where the profitability is located because good investors tend to invest in profitable industries and over the past decade, we’ve seen several big time investors getting into water and that indicates to us that we’ve found a profitable industry to be in.
Whether it’s the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation funneling literally billions into the sustainable sanitation or Warren Buffett buying Nalco, a Chemical Maker and Water Process Technology Company, there’s no question that wealthy investors are getting into water at an alarming rate.
According to an article from globalresearch.ca, (https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-new-water-barons-wall-street-mega-banks-are-buying-up-the-worlds-water/5383274_) investing powerhouses such as Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, Macquarie Bank, Barclays Bank, the Blackstone Group, Allianz, and HSBC Bank, among others, are consolidating their control over water.
Wealthy tycoons such as T. Boone Pickens, former President George H.W. Bush and his family, Hong Kong’s Li Ka-shing, Philippines’ Manuel V. Pangilinan and other Filipino billionaires, and others are also buying thousands of acres of land with aquifers, lakes, water rights, water utilities, and shares in water engineering and technology companies all over the world.
Even The Big Short famed Michael Burry, who made his name during the 2008-9 crisis betting against, or shorting, the housing bubble is also focusing all of his trading on water.
Love it or hate it, mega investors are gobbling up this precious resource and following the money trail is a wise bet when looking for a market with long term viability.
Rainmaker Share Price Up 2,380% In September
At the end of the day, share price is, obviously, the most important indicator as to whether a publicly trading company is worth investing in and with Rainmaker’s share price up 2,380% in September, there hasn’t been a more consistently profitable bet that can compare to that growth. In other words, the chart speaks for itself.
While Rainmaker has been on watch list since the 2017, we have to admit that it wasn’t more than a pipe dream. A hopeful play that we were rooting for because of the help that they could do for the world but nothing anything that we could, in good faith, present to our viewers.
It wasn’t until this one made 1300% gains in over a week of trading before this one indicated to us that this company was worth our immediate attention and it hasn’t shown us any signs of slowing down heading into October.
Alright, that’s it for this week’s update on Rainmaker, make sure to stay tuned for more news and updates as this one continues to develop.