As an expert in the mining, energy and agricultural industries Matt Badiali’s training as a geologist and financial analyst are the foundation for his solid insight into investing in natural resources.
Badiali graduated with a B.S. degree in earth sciences from Penn State University and a Masters of Geology from Florida Atlantic University.
He has taught geology at Duke University and the University of North Carolina. He has imparted his studies and findings at geological conferences and to companies such as Exxon Mobil. Follow Matt on Facebook.
He has also studied natural resources for more than twenty years and has worked on oil wells, drill rigs, explored mines. He travelled to countries such as Haiti, Hong Kong, Turkey, Switzerland, Iraq and other places to tour oil wells and mines.
What’s more, he has participated in talks with precious metal authorities and chief executive officers that represent mining companies. And he has met with leading industry people such as oil legend T. Boone Pickens and Pan American Silver’s Chairman Ross Beaty.
He utilizes his familiarity and know-how to make insightful predictions as to which natural resource investments will be the most profitable.
Currently he is the natural resources expert at Banyan Hill Publishing, an independent network of global experts that issue advisories, advice and newsletters on asset protection, entrepreneurship and investing.
Matt Badiali launched his advisory service and newsletter, the Real Wealth Strategist, with Banyan Hill in 2017. He makes available the know-how to invest in natural resources with the most likely promise of success, specifically in the oil and gas industry, precious metals, energy and mining.
In a recent article published by Banyan Hill, Badiali presented some recommendations for the most favorable investments in 2018.
He noted that three top-performing metals, copper, zinc and lead, returned 30 percent, 30 percent and 26 percent respectively moved upward in 2017 and are expected to carry on that trend this year.
Before Banyan Hill, Badiali spent 11 years at Stansberry Research as the editor of monthly advisory, the Stansberry Research Resource Report, which featured information on investments on natural resources. Check: https://medium.com/@MattBadiali/fraud-ec6eecc6ce1b
— ConcentricBS (@ConcentricBS) February 26, 2018