A geologist by training, Matt Badiali is now an investment newsletter writer who focuses on advising people who want to invest in natural resources. He is a graduate of both Florida Atlantic University and Penn State University with a master’s degree in the earth sciences. He was teaching this subject and pursuing his Ph.D. when he had an opportunity to enter the financial industry over 10 years ago.
He uses his educational background to figure out what the best natural resource is to invest in whether that’s an oil company, a marijuana farmer, or a gold mining firm. Matt Badiali believes that in order to get the real story he needs to visit the thing he is thinking about recommending to his readers as an investment. This belief has taken him all over the world so that he can see copper mines for himself or figure out the real deal with an oil find.
His financial newsletter is named Real Wealth Strategist. He advises his subscribers on what specific companies they should be buying the stock of. His advice has usually led to double-digit and sometimes triple-digit gains for his readers. This newsletter is published by the Florida-based firm Banyan Hill Publishing.
Matt Badiali recently did a presentation named “Marijuana’s US Tipping Point”. In this presentation, he talked about how a person could turn $50 into their ticket to early retirement by riding the wave of marijuana’s legalization across the nation. How this works is you ladder your gains. A $50 investment can grow to $5000 and then you put $500 of that into another winner and grow that to $12,000 and so on. You can make a couple million this way and then retire.
Canadian marijuana companies are popular investments but Matt Badiali says there is more to the industry than that. He points to a company, revealed in his newsletter, that is global with facilities in Brazil, Australia, Denmark, and Chile. Matt Badiali says they are making several types of marijuana products such as creams, gels, and oils. They are primed to release these products all across America as medical marijuana continues to be legalized.
For More info: www.crunchbase.com/person/matt-badiali