BUY SHARES IN KING SALMON CANNERIES
The Alaskan community of Kenai River are 73% down in king-salmon that normally swim up the river each year.
King-salmon supplied to the U.S from Alaska, accounts for as much of 40% of the U.S. commercial king-salmon catch.
The news is bad for fisher folk’s livelihood and scientists are wondering where the fish have gone.
What this means: Invest in fish cannery company stock. These stock most probably are about to fly on Wall Street, while scientists try and work out who has tricked and manipulated nature’s flow and where Alaska’s bounty has been snaffled.
[Source: WSJ. Photo: Mark Fiori fishing on the Kenai River. Photo M. Meyer]
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 4.8.12~