When Matt Badiali began to sound the trumpet about Freedom Checks, some people were skeptical. They didn’t know what they were and didn’t want to be fooled by another scam. Those who knew Badiali didn’t worry at all, and many of these people have already made a pretty penny through the investment. Freedom Checks are paid out to investors who have chosen to invest in specific natural gas and oil companies in the United States. They function something like dividends, and they are taxed at the very low capital gains tax rates. Matt Badiali is sounding the trumpet again for another investment opportunity, and this one is in the same energy sector.
People listen to Badiali when he makes an investment recommendation because he has been offering sound advice related to the stock market for years. As a natural resource expert, he focuses most of his efforts on precious metals, oils and natural gas, and other forms of energy or resources. Matt Badiali has recently commented that natural gas and oil are once again moving into the spotlight. He has indicated that the sanctions that Iran has faced have slowed down the flow of oil but that this motivated American companies to begin to produce more oil. The market reacted by dropping the price of oil, and while some might think this means it is a bad time to purchase oil stocks, Badiali believes it is the perfect time.
Near the end of 2018, he sent out a Tweet that pointed that the oil market hadn’t priced in the production cuts that took place with OPEC. Looking back, it is clear to see that the prices of oil stocks went up in the beginning of 2019. Matt Badiali is the author of the Real Wealth Strategist, which is a newsletter that he writes in partnership with Banyan Hill Publishing. Badiali attended Penn State University when he was younger and ended up earning his bachelor’s degree in earth sciences there. He later received his master’s degree in geology while attending Florida Atlantic University. Today, he works to help aspiring investors who hope to increase their wealth through the stock market.