written by reader Nick Hodge Publisher, Resource Stock Digest

By tanzpals, July 20, 2021

Hi, this is the first time I’ve posted. I’ve come across this article a few times now and wonder if anyone has any insights into it?
His article starts with the below!
July 19, 2021
The Otherworldly Profits Bezos Is After
The second-most-abundant element in existence is surprisingly difficult to find in useful bulk quantities.

Helium is estimated to make up 25% of the total mass in the universe.

But much of that 25% is trapped inside of stars, which generate energy by fusing hydrogen nuclei into helium and helium nuclei into heavier elements.

Source: Science Notes
Finding it in a form that isn’t millions of miles away and heated to tens of thousands of degrees Fahrenheit is trickier — and that’s a problem, given dwindling terrestrial supplies and growing demand for the “star gas”.
Sub-$1 Stock To Surge on Critical Fuel Shortage

A fuel critical to all of the world’s tech is vanishing…

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Dave S.
Dave S.
July 20, 2021 2:44 pm

There’s mere hyperbole, there’s eye-rolling hyperbole, and then there’s this:

And it has fun gobbledygook nonsense too! “…helium is 13.6X lighter than air…”, whatever THAT is supposed to mean. Don’t think; just swallow it.

And the usual suspects: a tiny company, the “You see,…”s, the “Let me explain”s, the utterly CRUCIAL importance of this special KIND of helium to EVERYTHING IN OUR FUTURE!!!! Omigod, omigod, omigod…and on and on and on and on and on and on….the usual endless spewing. Name of the company? That’ll require Travis.