Energy, Minerals, and Energy Investment Advice from Matt Badiali
— Matt Badiali (@Matt_B_Guru) January 30, 2018
With a B.S in earth sciences from Penn State University, Matt Badiali was set to become a scientist. Adding to his education, he studied for a Master’s degree in geology at Florida Atlantic University. While working towards a Ph.D., he met a friend who introduced him to the world of finance. Ideally, the friend wanted him to aid in his financial work. With Matt’s experience in sciences, he was just the right candidate to add in his investment. Later, they would team up and develop investment advice that appealed to the average American. Since then, Matt Badiali has continued to help investors thrive in the energy, metal, and mining sector. As reported by some of the investors taking up his advice, they have made double and triple-digit gains.
In May 2017, Badiali launched the Real Wealth Strategist newsletter which has gained a wide range of loyal readers. One notable element about Matt is that he is a man on the ground. He travels and organizes meetings with experts. Also, he has been to countless oil projects and mines where he mines excellent investment ideas. Through his Facebook platform, he informs readers on the next big things. For instance, on January 26th, he wrote that food (canned or otherwise) and gasoline prices were expected to go high in the next few years. Therefore, a wise investor would bank on the information and invest in those industries. On the 9th of January, Matt wrote a piece on Silver. He noted that the price had gone up by 10 percent in three weeks. Investors are, therefore, supposed to keep track of the metal.
In a recent interview, Matt said that the newsletter came from the idea that he could help investors gain from investments in energy, metal, and natural resources. His experience and education enable him to offer investment advice in the sector. For a typical day, Matt wakes at 6:30 in the morning, goes through the headlines and proceed to work. He begins by writing after which he attends meetings in the afternoon. His education, continuous research, and experience enable him to come up with good ideas. The shift in energy consumption is one trend that excites Matt. He, especially, takes note of the growing change to electric power. Focusing on one item at a time ensure that he remains objective at all times. If he were to do something differently, he would take up more internship jobs. Matt advises people to read regularly. According to him, information is power. The best $100 he has spent went to buying her daughter and her team softball bats. The gifts enhanced their confidence, and consequently, the team improved. Read more:http://www.talkmarkets.com/member/Matt-Badiali/