Matt Badiali is not the usual type of person you expect to be giving investment advice. Badiali is a scientist, first and foremost. He graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in earth science. He then attended Florida Atlantic University where he earned a master’s degree in geology. In 2004, while Matt Badiali was working towards his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina, a friend asked him for help developing a more accurate method for providing investment advice for average Americans using his background in and knowledge of science. View Matt Badiali’s profile at linkedin.com
The idea struck a chord with Badiali. He had seen his father struggle trying to become a successful investor. He realized being able to help people like his dad make money investing was something he would love to do. Badiali is now using his background in earth science and geology to help people make wise investments in natural resources, metals and energy. And the results have been great. People following the investment advice Matt Badiali offers through his articles regularly report making high double digit as well as triple digit gains on their investments.
In May 2017, Matt Badiali started his Real Wealth Strategist newsletter in conjunction with Banyan Hill. It has quickly built a loyal following of readers and investors that like Badiali’s ‘boots on the ground’ method of stock forecasting. He visits oil fields and mines all around the world, speaks to the experts there and bases his investment advice on the information he gathers that way. His compelling stories ‘transports’ readers on journeys all around the world with him to mines and oil fields in Singapore, Peru, Turkey and Papua New Guinea and his investment advice makes them money. Visit ideamensch.com for more info.
Badiali recommends people who want to successfully invest in natural resources learn about markets, science, finance and companies. Badiali does copious amount of research including spending hour looking at the Bloomberg Terminal, The Mining Journal, The Wall Street Journal and even the Weather Channel to get more insight on companies in his Real Wealth Strategist portfolio and companies he’s considering adding to his portfolio. Matt Badiali’s goal is to over deliver. He wants to give his readers more value than they expect.
One free piece of advice Matt Badiali is giving to everyone is he anticipates a rise in the use of electric power. He sees people’s changing their energy consumption with the world becoming electric-centric.