“Goldman Sachs Says It Will Create the World’s First Trillionaire
“And a tiny sub-$1 stock is racing to build a first plant this year!”
That’s the headline hype of the new pitch from Nick Hodge for his Family Office Advantage newsletter, in which he’s pitching a penny stock in the helium market (Ooops, I gave it away, “star gas” is helium… it’s OK, there are yet more secrets to unveil below).
And he goes on…
“3,000% Gains Might Be the Minimum…
“All Starting on September 30th”
Exciting, right? We do love a crazy super-hyped story teaser for a penny stock, and you can usually count on Nick Hodge to pitch a few of those a year. The “hook” for this one, given current events, is that the billionaire space race is partly a race to reach the trillions of dollars of natural resources in space, including massive helium reserves on the moon, and that’s decades off in the future if it happens at all… but it is a fun story. Here’s some more of it…
“These Billionaires Have Already Lost the “Star Gas” Race
“While they all had their heads in the clouds…
“A team of geological experts were busy looking underground.
“And now they’ve done it.
“They’ve made a shocking discovery of Star Gas here on Earth.
“Right here in North America, actually.
“And one tiny company holds the claim, clinching a $36 trillion victory that has gone completely overlooked.
“It beat the billionaires. And now you can too.”
And then he heaps on the hype, here’s just a small sample…
“At $640,000 per pound, Popular Mechanics estimates the moon’s helium to be worth $25 quadrillion if it could all be mined.
“It’s enough to power the Earth for 80,000 years. All with 100% clean energy.
“That’s almost impossible to fathom.
“It’s enough to create 25 million billionaires. It’s enough to turn every single U.S. citizen into a millionaire.
“This is the secret behind the ‘galactic gold rush.’
“It’s why billionaires — the SAME ones investing in fusion — are racing for one thing:Are you getting our free Daily Update
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“To own and mine the moon’s helium wealth.
“It’s why Goldman Sachs predicts it will ‘create the world’s first trillionaire.’
“But here’s the thing…
“We do NOT need to go to the moon to become rich.
“We don’t even need to leave the Earth’s atmosphere. Or even North America.
“Because a hidden source of high-grade helium has just been discovered.”
And, to be fair, Jeff Bezos did have some science fiction-sounding thoughts following his brief trip out of the atmosphere on Tuesday, talking about the eventual need to move dirty and polluting industries into orbit to protect our planet… but he’s always a long-term thinker, ready to build on ideas that will take decades to get anywhere (Blue Origin, his space company, is now more than 20 years old, and he’s been pouring billions of dollars of his Amazon riches into it for most of that time, with very few signs of encouraging progress until the past few years).
What else do we learn about this secret stock, which is presumably extracting helium somewhere on our continent?
That’s pretty much it… it trades for less than a buck, it is in the process of actually beginning some sort of project, maybe a pilot project, within the next few months (September 30 is thrown around as the deadline), and it’s fairly new… these are the specific clues on that:
“This company has figured out how to extract viable helium from old natural gas wells.
“And it has been busy identifying the best wells in North America in a race to create the world’s first new helium reserve in years.
“It just started trading in mid-2021 with a very overlooked initial offering.
“Early estimates for just its first project are for over 1.1 BILLION CUBIC FEET of helium.
“Production testing will be underway THIS YEAR along with the construction and evaluation of a pilot plant.
“And new wellfields are already being added….
“The go-public financing was done at 25 cents.”
So who is it? There are a dozen or so “junior helium” companies out there trying to take advantage of price spikes we’ve seen in recent years, and that general story of “helium is in short supply and rising demand” has certainly attracted the investors, including Nick Hodge, who are always looking for the next story that might go “viral” among penny stock speculators.
We’ve seen plenty of waves of this in the past, from junior gold and silver stocks and oil wildcatters to the more esoteric rare earth metals juniors, lithium explorers and cobalt hopefuls, to say nothing of past mini-manias in geothermal energy, nickel, uranium and whatever other natural resource you can come up with. They’re not exactly easy to predict or time, particularly because onrushing investor attention in a tiny sector of the market can rush right back out again without warning (and, of course, because such mini-manias attract scammers — so we’ll probably see quite a few failing natural gas companies change their name to incorporate “helium” if this keeps rolling).
So what’s this one from Hodge? Thinkolator sez he’s teasing Imperial Helium (IHC.V), which went public on the Venture exchange in Canada two months ago.
This is essentially a startup, aiming to find c