TIL that water has joined gold, oil and other commodities that are traded on Wall Street as worries about the uncertainty of its availability in the future rises. by whatilearned June 27, 2021, 6:04 am Read more: https://earth.org/water-trade/ What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote availabilitycommoditiesfutureGoldjoinedoilrisesstreetTILToday I learnedtradeduncertaintyWallwaterworries See more Previous article Skin Cancer Protection Starts in Infancy As summer kicks into full gear, parents of newborns and toddlers must take special care to protect their child’s skin from the sun’s damaging rays. Next article Would you auction your virginity for 1,000,000? Why or why not? 13 Comments Leave a Reply Are we *really* heading to a timeline similar to The Expanse? Water was a HUGE commodity in that show Log in to Reply This is a very bad thing. Log in to Reply The world is getting better, maybe even good at desalination. I don’t think this is a life or death in 2 or even 100 years scenario. Log in to Reply Next it’ll be oxygen Log in to Reply Pretty sure a lot of it is simply because of the rise of bottled water which takes it to a commodity. Log in to Reply Y tho? Log in to Reply That damned water cartel H2OPEC and that big water corporation Wettson-Mobil! Log in to Reply I live in a town where the arsenic in our water is 2000x above the legal limit. I only drink bottled water regardless. Funny that Wall Street wants to monopolize something that isn’t even safe to drink anyways. I guess we should expect a case of water to go up to $50 in the near future huh? Log in to Reply “…uncertainty in the future…” The future is now. Lake Powel is at 37%, and expected to go down to 30% next year. Log in to Reply So how do I buy 0dte calls on it? Log in to Reply Rule 3. This isn’t a news sub Log in to Reply Aaaaaaaaaaaaand it’s California Log in to Reply Did not need to learn this Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.