Matt Badiali Explains How He Makes Articles About Natural Resource Investing Relatable

When Matt Badiali was a college student he expected he would become a scientist. He never imagined he would become a natural resources investment guru. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in geology and was working towards a doctorate when in 2004 he had a conversation with a financial expert.

This expert soon became his friend. While he was a financial expert he didn’t have the scientific background to invest in natural resources which he wanted to include in his toolkit. He asked Matt Badiali to conduct research into various natural resources such as tin, gold, and wood pulp. This turned into a career and he dropped his studies to enter the world of finance.

Matt Badiali decided to join Banyan Hill Publishing in 2017. He now authors a newsletter that lets his subscribers know what natural resources they should have in their portfolio. He writes about agricultural commodities, metals, natural gas, oil, and construction materials. He does his best to write in a way that everyone can read what he has to say and leaves the scientific jargon out of it.

He says he started Real Wealth Strategist because he wants to provide fundamentally useful advice to people looking to make huge gains in natural resource investments. He really likes to spot trends and find great opportunities for his subscribers. He says that when he works he thinks of his dad who tried to invest using conventional investment advice but could never find any success by doing so.

In order to make his writing more relatable and interesting he travels around the world. He shares the stories of places and people he has been to and met. Some of the nations he has been to include Mexico, Iraq, Peru, Canada, and Papua New Guinea. While there he will visit local drilling rigs and mines so he can see for himself what is going on.

Matt Badiali says that once there is a battery that can power a city electricity will be used to power basically everything. He thinks that oil and natural gas will become relics of the past once this discovery is made.

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