Check Out the US Strategic Helium Reserve

There is a secure government facility 17 miles outside of the small town of Amarillo, Texas. 

It’s in the middle of the desert. It’s almost impossible to find.

Even in town, few have heard of it. But Silicon Valley billionaires know it well.

You could call it their “secret stash.” 

Or the “Fort Knox” of Star Gas.

This is the National Helium Reserve. 

It was the world’s primary source of helium.

But no more.

You see, all the way back in 1925... the government realized how important and scarce helium was. 

It passed the Helium Act, creating a strategic supply located in a natural underground geologic dome. 

That same supply also helped win the Cold War and the Space Race. 

After the war era, the National Helium Reserve continued to grow... all the way to a billion cubic meters of gas by 1995. 

By then, the reserve was proving costly to maintain and was $1.5 billion in debt...

So in a short-sighted move, Congress mandated that it start being sold off in 2005.

It’s been over 15 years, but private industry has finally bought all that helium to fuel the tech revolution that you see before your eyes everyday. And sales from the reserve have now ended, leaving industry to find its own sources, which is why helium prices and helium stocks have been rising so fast. 

Check out this video of the strategic helium reserve from several years ago:

Call it like you see it, 

Nick Hodge
Editor, Daily Profit Cycle

Nick Hodge is the co-owner and publisher of Daily Profit Cycle and Resource Stock Digest. He's also the founder of Hodge Family Office, the umbrella organization for his three premium services: Foundational ProfitsFamily Office Advantage, and Hodge Family Office . He specializes in private placements and speculations in early stage ventures, and has raised tens of millions of dollars of investment capital for resource, energy, cannabis, and medical technology companies. Co-author of two best-selling investment books, including Energy Investing for Dummies, his insights have been shared on news programs and in magazines and newspapers around the world.
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