Seven thousand miles from where I’m typing this, there’s been a huge geological discovery.

It’s in China, south of Beijing, by the Great Chu Wall.

Warlords built the Great Chu Wall around 2,500 BCE to defend their kingdom from invaders.

… one tiny American company is there for a different reason: They just found a stockpile of a certain natural resource buried deep below the ancient ruins.And while tourists still flock to it because of its beauty and historical importance…

It’s a commodity that’s fueling China’s massive technology boom.

Without it, China couldn’t produce a single light switch.

Cell phones rely on this commodity…
So do refrigerators…
Computers…
Flat-screen TVs… CDs… DVDs…
Even windmills.

As a result, demand for this commodity has tripled in recent years.

And that tiny American company has “first dibs” on its 186-mile-long find.

But while it doesn’t show up on a single U.S. resource report, in-the-know investors could make as much as $4.6 million from it in the next 12 months… Click here for all the details.