Dec 21, 2011 – “the Ethiopian trees that produce much of the world’s frankincense are
declining so dramatically that production could be halved over the next
15 years and the trees themselves could decline by 90% in the next 50 years”

 

Frankincense oil currently sells for $300 a kilogram.

 Demand projections worldwide for use in perfumes and health are robust.

 Each tree needs 25 m² of growing space.

 The Arizona USA climate and soils are ideal for establishing a frankincense “farm”.

 1120 Acres in Arizona currently sells for $2.2 million.

 1120 Acres grows 180 000 trees.

 Each tree produces 300g of frankincense oil a year.

 First harvests occur after 8-10 years.

 180 000 Trees bring in a turnover of $16 million a year.

 Seeds for 180 000 trees cost $16 000.

 Low cost manual labour is sufficient to bring in the harvest.

 Frankincense trees are hardy, require almost no water and need minimal maintenance.

            
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On November 30, 2010 Apple’s share price fell more than expected on no apparent news :

 
Nobody could really explain this :

 

Unknown publically to most, something noteworthy did go down on November 30, 2010 :

Because of vigorous blogging activity, the Conservative reactionary message with reference
to the Apple decision spiked decisively on November 30, 2010 – a 2726% increase
over normal traffic since release of the “Manhattan Declaration” Apple app…

 

 

 With the Conservative statement being signed by over 475 000 people,
sizeable selling action was a probability en masse.

If you could have seen this, you would have predicted the
Apple stock price move on November 30, 2010.

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