The investment expert and geologist Matt Badiali has been providing insights about investing in natural resources. His work as a geologist has led him to many interesting locations around the world such as Switzerland, Haiti, Hong Kong, and many others while he researched the natural resources with potential for investment.
Many other investors in the industry stop at reading news stories and researching the companies they are interested in, Matt Badiali prefers to take it a step further by actually checking out the sites where the natural resources are being sourced from. With his experience in geology, he is able to analyze how the company he is researching is operating on a hands-on level. Some of the most useful research and data he is able to gather comes from the workers and residents of the area themselves. They are able to provide information about the local political climate surrounding the project and issues with the government that may affect the profitability of the site.
One of the investment opportunities that Matt Badiali has been writing extensively about recently is the concept of Freedom Checks. Freedom Checks are not well-known, but they are profits distributed from Master Limited Partnerships to their investors on a quarterly or even monthly basis. These Master Limited Partnerships generally have something to do with the oil industry in some capacity and would prefer to distribute a portion of their profits to investors as opposed to paying out taxes to the government. This concept is confusing to many, but Matt Badiali stresses that they are a legitimate investment opportunity with a good payout.
Matt Badiali currently works as the Chief Resource Investment Expert of Banyan Hill Publishing as well as acting as a Geologist and Analyst for Stansberry Research. He attended Pennsylvania State University from 1987 to 1992 where he earned his Bachelors of Science in Geological and Earth Sciences before he later continued his education at Florida Atlantic University where he worked on Masters in the subject from 1998 until his graduation in 2000. From 2000 to 2005, he completed a Ph.D. in Sedimentary Geology except for his dissertation at the University of North Carolina.
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