Natural Resource expert Matt Badiali is the founder of monthly newsletter Real Wealth Strategist at Banyan Hill Publishing. He created the newsletter in 2017 after his friend in who has a Ph.D in finance convinced him to use his knowledge of natural resources with to help everyday people invest in them.
With a thorough education at three different universities, Matt Badiali was destined for greatness. At Penn State University he received a BS in Geological and Earth Sciences in the early nineties. Mr. Badiali got his Master’s degree at Florida Atlantic University in same major as his BS. At the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill Matt got all but his dissertation Ph.D in Sedimentary Geology in 2005.
He has had his share of good jobs and bad jobs. One bad job in particular he was working as a environmental geologist in Miami, Florida. It was a dangerous and dirty job that did not pan out for him. The only way to get out of this line of work was to go to graduate school. He is grateful for the experience and happy that it propelled him to go to graduate school. Now he teaches geology at the University of North Carolina. Through his own knowledge and research about natural resources one trend seems like most definitely it’s going to be huge. It is the shift of more efficient earth friendly energy sources. One of them being the change over the electric. This includes electric cars. There is also batteries that are so powerful that they can a whole small city. How’s that for efficiency?
Matt Badiali is a successful entrepreneur and businessman due to the fact that he focuses on one thing at a time. By zeroing in on one task, he can hit all his deadlines. Mr. Badiali is also an early riser, a habit of many successful people. At 6:30am he rises and gets his daughter off to school. He enjoys his daily cup of coffee while he reads the paper and catches up on current events. Matt encourages that people should read more as it is very enriching for the mind. His favorite book is called “The Disappearing Spoon” by Sam Kean. It was a good read on a family road trip recently. A type of software he swears by is called the Bloomberg Terminal. It is a news feed that has a number of subjects for the picking.