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The "Oil Of The 21st Century" Is On The Verge Of Taking Off

Anthony305 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 4:49 PM
This supposition is based on a projected boom in electric cars, which is highly unlikely. Electric cars are neither cost effective, or practical with the present level of technology and they aren't likely to be in the near future.

It's one of the most highly sought commodities on the planet. If I'm right, then expect demand to surge during the next couple of years...

And no, I'm not talking about gold, oil or any of the other usual players for that matter.

The commodity I'm thinking of is a key ingredient in everything from pharmaceuticals to rocket fuel. It's a lubricant, a propellant and a nuclear reactor coolant. It's also crucial for fireworks, airplanes, glass cookware and even medicine cabinets.

Generally speaking,...