Matt Badiali has a twenty year expertize is in the area of the Natural Resource Industry. He May 2017 he founded on “Real Wealth Strategist” and publishes his reports with Banyan Hill. He advises on an energy analysis and has a network of small and large investors that seriously invest based on Badiali’s recommendations.
Many investors who have successfully followed Badiali’s reports on mining investments have enjoyed high double-digit and triple-digit gains. They rely on his expert knowledge of energy, metals and natural resources.
Badiali is a geologist who taught at the University of North Carolina. He has teamed up with financial experts that wanted to invest in the natural resource sector which includes energy and mining. Matt Badiali is a world renown geology expert. He derives his consumption of geological knowledge by visiting mines and oil wells traveling to such places as Peru, Iraq, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Haiti, Switzerland, and Turkey.
Badiali was granted a B.S. from Penn State University and majored in Geological and Earth Science/Geosciences. At Florida Atlantic University is earned a Masters Degree in Geology/Earth Science and worked on his Ph.D. at the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in Sedimentary Geology. He states that he developed an interest in Geology after completing his Master’s Degree. Learn more at Seeking Alpha about Matt Badiali
According to Badiali, the price of natural gas will become more expensive in 2018, and it is the favorite source of energy for electrical power replacing coal, but natural gas burns less carbon than coal, which makes this fuel a less environmental hazard. Shale was found to contain natural gas and is being mined starting in the 1990s.
Coal plants need to operate near the coal mine to keep the plant running continuously otherwise expensive truckloads of coal must drive to the plants. Natural gas is used when it is necessary and compliments alternative fuels like wind and solar. For more updates, Like the page on Facebook.
According to Matt Badiali, China consumes fifty percent of the world’s production of coal which is used for the generation of power. The same is true for China’s consumption of nickel, iron ore, copper, lead and aluminum,, zinc, copper, and lead production. China is the top purchaser of commodities and in 2018, will lead the world in mining investments, driving up the price of copper.