Matt Badiali, a former scientist by trade with dual degrees in geology and earth sciences first began exploring the financial industry in the year 2004. Matt soon realized that it would be a brilliant idea to apply his unique education and specific experience in order to help people. Ever since, Matt Badiali has been assisting investors to find the ideal investments in metals, natural resources, and energy. Matt Badiali, now a contributor at Banyan Hill Publishing, created his new publication, Real Wealth Strategist, with the company in May 2017. His newsletter has quickly formed up a network of loyal subscribers who enthusiastically anticipate his stock recommendations on the natural resource.
The renowned Investment expert recently released “Freedom Checks,” a viral video that has left many scratching their heads wondering what these investments are exactly. Viewed by millions of Americans, Matt remarks in the video that “freedom checks” are not a 401(k); neither are they a government program nor any other retirement account. Matt Badiali has visited many oil wells and mines around the world from Papua New Guinea, Iraq, Turkey to Switzerland, Haiti and Singapore just to mention a few. Before he joined Banyan Hill Publishing, Matt worked as a consultant to an environmental company and as a geologist for a drilling company.
Matt Badiali talks about the “Magic Metal” pitch which he keeps a secret and a poker face on the readers all the way to the end so that you get to double up on discovery voyage. He hints his readers that the metal in question never rusts, is not flammable and can be recycled. Matt tells readers that the metal has unheard superpowers and will soon become the most sought-after product on the planet. Not even water, oil or gold will match it in years to come.
He then breaks the ice and says the magic metal is Zinc. The price of Zinc skyrocketed from $0.66 per pound in 2016 January to $1.45in 2017. That’s a total gain of 120% in a span of 21 months. This is not surprising as Zinc made a stunning profit of 294% from 2005’s July $0.53 to 2006 December’s $2.09 per pound. In 2002, the metal was going for $0.33 per pound.
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