According to the Centers for Disease Control, 80% of infectious diseases are spread by peoples’ hands.
So every time a person coughs … sneezes … or uses the bathroom and doesn’t wash their hands, every single object that person touches becomes contaminated with their germs.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has even approved the registration of over 450 antimicrobial alloys made with the contents of this rock.
And right now, new coatings made from this miraculous material are starting to cover the most germ-coated surfaces we come into contact with each day – hospitals, doctors’ offices, schools, gyms, daycare centers, restaurants, airports, subways and even our own homes.
This rock’s antimicrobial properties are being rolled out at such a fast pace that Wall Street is starting to pay attention.
As natural resource investing expert Matt Badiali puts it, the company sitting on the “mother lode” of this green rock could provide early investors with the fortune of a lifetime.