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.
Distressed and undervalued assets this is an area that Wes Edens has become very good at investing. His ability to spot opportunities within this sector had him referred to as the new king of subprime in 2011. This followed his bold step to lead the Fortress Investment Group in the acquisition of AIG. At the time the company’s value had suffered a massive blow following the 2008 crisis and was on a continuous decline. Wes Edens saw an opportunity, and through the groups, Credit Private Equity wing acquired the same for 124 million dollars. He would lead its revival efforts, and by 015 he had been able to turn its fortunes around. The company is today known as SpringLeaf Financial a company managing an estimated 14 billion dollars. This saw him transform a company that had quite the limited current cash flows into one that is now considered a long-term flow generator. The group now invests in a number of areas that range from tangible & intangible assets spread in real estate, natural resources, capital assets, and intellectual property.
Wes Edens is not only interested in such investments as shown by his numerous investments in sports. He and his partner Nassef Sawiris invested an undisclosed amount to acquire a 55 percent stake at Aston Villa. This is a football club that currently plays in the Championship in England. The club has been in existence for over 100 years, but was recently faced by some challenges. They had been able to partly recover from the same and were, in fact about to make a comeback into the English Premier League had they not lost their final match in May. This, however, would not dissuade Wes Edens from making an investment. He understood the dynamics of the beautiful game and in so doing knew that if capital were injected into the club, they would give the management a chance to focus on what really mattered and sooner rather than later the club would be back to the EPL. Wes Edens is also a co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks where he and his partner own a majority share.
In the media, “Freedom Checks” have been made out to be some kind of scam or something similar to Patriot Checks. The truth is that they are not even in the same category and are definitely not a scam. While expert investors like Matt Badiali have been promoting them through clever use of the term “Freedom Checks,” they are very real and can be very profitable for those who decide to dig further. In the United States, the oil and gas sector has been working to break free from the rest of the world. The nation has been dependent upon oil and gas from the Middle East and other regions for many years but is now working to create a larger oil and gas sector of its own.
Matt Badiali is an expert in the natural resource investing world, and he has pointed out that fracking has also increased the amount of oil and natural gas that companies are able to extract in the U.S.A. He has talked about how this will increase the bottom lines of many oil and gas companies in the country. Now, this is where “Freedom Checks” come in. What these really represent are cash payments that come from what are called Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs). The United States government put these together many years ago, and while they are more regulated now than they were in the past, they are still an excellent investment opportunity.
Companies who earn most of their profits from the transportation, processing, manufacturing, or storage of oil and gas in the United States are eligible to offer this investment opportunity to people. When people invest in these, they receive payments that come out of the profits of these companies, and these payments are what people are calling “Freedom Checks.” These are very similar to stock dividends and also pay out every quarter or month. They have massive tax benefits, which allow them to only be taxed after they have been paid out in full. They are also taxed at the capital gains tax rate. Matt Badiali and others have just been trying to key people in to an opportunity they might, otherwise, miss.
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