Matt Badiali, a natural resources investor, is an editorial director at the Banyan Hill publishing. This is a research company located in the USA that deals with natural resources, option plays, investing in undervalued companies, and domestic income investment. He studied his bachelor’s degree at Penn State University in earth science and later on attended the University of Florida Atlantic for his master’s degree in geology. He has worked in a drilling company as a geologist, environmental company as a consultant, a finance vice president in California University, undergraduate researcher and IT project manager in the same university and also a geologist tutor in North California University.
It was when Matt Badiali was teaching in North California that he got a call from a popular financial investor who asked him to offer his assistance on a special research project on natural resources, mining and energy field. Being a geologist, he was so good with the sector and knew that was a rising opportunity for him. It was from them that he became a natural resource researcher and investor. In his research, he moves on from company to company making sure what they say on paper is what happens on the ground. During his work, he has visited several countries like Haiti, Iran, Turkey, New Guinea, Switzerland, and Singapore among others. As a geologist, he knows that most red flags, especially in mining, are seen on the ground. In his work, he believes that what you see on the ground is actually what it is.
Matt Badiali has also owned the Freedom Checks Investment. This is an investment firm that works similarly to retirement benefits fund, but the freedom checks are better than the government programs like Medicare or any other retirement account. He says the freedom checks are better in that they can be three to four times larger than the social security’s payment. Freedom checks have no income restrictions or age limit. The companies that issue the freedom checks are free from taxation as far as they get their revenue from transportation, storage, processing and production of oil in the US and also the companies should agree to pay shareholders lucrative checks.
In an interview with Ideamensch, Matt Badiali advised entrepreneurs to venture more into building electrically driven motors. He says since cars have been here for as long as 150 years or more, investors should consider inventing cars that have electrical driven engines instead of the combustion engines. More information can be found at https://medium.com/@MattBadiali/fraud-ec6eecc6ce1b
— ConcentricBS (@ConcentricBS) February 26, 2018