After graduating from Penn State University with a B.S. in Earth Sciences Matt Badiali got a job as an environmental geologist in Florida. Working in the mud and filth of a dangerous section of Miami to collect water samples Matt decided to further his education. He enrolled at Florida Atlantic University and earned a Master of Science in geology.
Knowledge is power and Matt insists that “…you cannot read enough.” He starts out reading the newspaper in the morning. He devotes part of his workday to a reading list that includes The Wall Street Journal and The Mining Journal. Matt even reads while exercising.
In 2004 Matt was teaching geology at the university level when a friend approached him about using his experience as a geologist to make it easier for the average person to make investments in natural resources. Matt Badiali’s work experience had taken him to mines and oil and gas drilling fields around the world. Suddenly, Matt Badiali geologist added investment guru to his résumé.
For over a decade Matt dispensed advice on natural resource investing monthly via the “Stansberry Research Resource Report”. In 2017 he left Stransberry and joined Banyan Hill Publishing as their Chief Resource Investment Expert. Matt Badiali also edits “Real Wealth Strategist” one of the Banyan Hill newsletters offering advice and guidance to investors. If it is in oil or precious metals Matt’s recommendations are based on actual visits to the mine or drilling site. Some “Real Wealth Strategist” subscribers have realized a three-fold return on their investments. To know more about him click here.
What does Matt Badiali see as the investments of the future? Matt predicts that batteries will replace fossil fuels as the premier energy source. He foresees entire municipalities powered by giant batteries. Anyone who finds an alternative to lithium to power those batteries or invests in companies that develop and manufacture components for electric cars stand to make a fortune. Matt also predicts that civil war in Yemen, the U.S. pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal, and the implosion of Venezuela’s economy will drive oil prices to $100.00 a barrel.