Without this unknown commodity, you can't build as strong a bridge, factory or skyscraper. It's used extensively in planes, trains and supertankers.
It could soon form the backbone of America's $386 billion electrical grid.
Forget oil or gold. Wars could even be fought over this unusual metal.
The scary part? None of it is produced in the United States. China, Russia and South Africa control almost all of the global production, and we're locked in the middle of a trade war.
As we speak, this tiny Colorado mineral explorer is sitting on an estimated resource of 2.7 million pounds of proven Element "V" reserves – estimated in an independent geologist's 43-101 technical report. And, that's not all.