Drilling for oil isn’t the only way to get rich. Finding water can generate similar results. In fact, investors in WaterPure International Inc. (OTC Pink: WPUR) found that out firsthand. Over the past 52-weeks, investors saw shares spike by more than 49,600%, with prices setting all-time highs on October 25th. While it gave back some of those spectacular gains, the stock is still higher by an enormous 29,600%, and technicals suggest another leg higher could be forthcoming.
Here’s the better news. While Yahoo! Finance shows the company to have 247M shares outstanding, the stock trades orderly with only about 2.5 million shares traded daily. That volume is a small fraction of most micro-cap companies and, more importantly, allows for good news to do what it should- drive share prices higher. And over the past few months, that’s been the case. The better news is that after announcing a water find on Tuesday, subsequent updates on how that find can translate into revenues can be a substantial value driver.
Thus, WPUR is deserving of attention for those that like potentially exponential returns from high risk, high reward trades.
Mitigating Risk With International Exposure
But, with WPUR announcing striking water in developing a well to support a dairy operation in Sub Sahara Africa, some of the near-term risks may be mitigated. And while it may not be a windfall just yet, it does set up the rest of the year and 2022 as a potential breakout period of growth.
Keep in mind, WPUR is working on getting water to people that don’t readily have it. Thus, while taken advantage of in most industrialized countries, WPUR is targeting markets in need, which simultaneously addresses multiple revenue-generating opportunities from municipalities and local governments. That could be the point that investors are attaching to.
Furthermore, the plan is relatively simple. WPUR intends to find profitable new efficiencies and technologies to manage water supplies that reverse the growing global water scarcity. It isn’t necessarily rocket science. But the returns can be astronomical and recent history proves that point. And the process of earning those returns is orderly as well.
Water Valued Like Gold
And that’s excellent news for WPUR investors. In fact, the simpler the plan, the more revenues can fall faster toward the bottom line. At WPUR, it’s a 1-2-3 process. First, start with projects in developing economic regions where existing shortages are a current problem. Second, perform trials, refine strategies, and prove new efficiencies and technologies. And, third, scale the results and deploy the technology. The results can then speak for themselves.
And so far, so good. Since the start of the year, WaterPure has been busy building the resources to capitalize on global water-providing opportunities. Earlier this week, they offered a short video exposing the results- a water strike. Hence, all is going according to plan. Even better, momentum is at its back after launching a new website that presents the company’s updated business plan on how it expects to monetize its clean water operations.
As noted, the website includes details on the company’s first pilot project, which is now fully developed and in operation. Included is a short video of the company drilling for and striking water intended to support a dairy operation in Sub Sahara, Africa. Of course, while potentially an enormous benefit to the community where the find was made, it’s still one small part of a more ambitious plan.
And WPUR’s timing couldn’t be better. In 2020, the renewable water market was valued at an estimated $263 billion. But, by 2028, the market is expected to explode to a more than $500 billion revenue-generating opportunity. And while the revenue potential is enormous, so is the mission. Statistics indicate that water scarcity today impacts over 3 billion people, and by 2050 is expected to impact 5 billion. Thus, a massive humanitarian cause is met as well.
Further, water scarcity is not just a problem for developing economic regions. Just a few months ago, U.S. authorities declared a water shortage in the largest U.S. water reserve, Lake Mead, which serves 10 million residents. In other parts of the country, low water levels caused residents to boil water and ration use. Worse, while improvement came, some believe it’s only a seasonal relief. Droughts and low water levels have increased substantially over the past decades. That’s not news to those in California, Arizona, and surrounding areas.
Seizing Upon An Under The Radar Water Play
Therefore, for companies paying attention, the results can be tremendous. And while some like WPUR are, others not so much. Interest in many peer companies to WPUR on focusing on other sustainable sources like EV technology and mining for battery metals. While the end result of all the projects is a win for global climate change, tapping into water reserves may be the more important of the two markets. Thus, the attention given to WPUR appears to be well-deserved.
Now, it’s up to WPUR to deliver. And that appears to be the plan. In addition to finding value in Africa, its business plan includes accelerating its mission to trial and refine new water management efficiencies and technologies in developing economic regions. Then, after the right solutions are created for particular geographies, scale those solutions to use both locally and potentially for global applications. Notably, WPUR expects to make a water-related intellectual property acquisition before the end of the year. That deal could expedite the entire process
So, at the end of the day, the exponential surge in WPUR stock could be the precursor of better things to come. After all, as of Tuesday, they are indeed creating value. Thus, while holding its more than 29,000% gains is certainly impressive, heading back toward its 52-week highs set last month would be even better. One thing for sure, those early to WPUR have not been disappointed. And those considering investment at these levels may be similarly impressed.
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