Matt Badiali teamed up with Banyan Hill Publishing in 2017 and got to work immediately by helping to educate its readers about the world of natural resource investing. Badiali has a unique investment style that includes him traveling to, personally, check in on his investments. He has traveled to abandoned mines and oil rigs in order to have a better understanding of what was taking place and has also interrogated CEOs of large companies to get to the bottom of the state of their business.
Matt Badiali also serves as a public speaker and has been a part of many different geological conferences. There, he has keyed investors in to important investment opportunities and helped them to better understand the intricacies of the natural resource investment sector. Badiali has a way of understanding and being able to explain trends that are taking place in the gas, oil, and metals industries, and his newsletter has been gaining new subscribers consistently since he went to work writing for it.
Matt Badiali received his Bachelor of Science degree in Earth Sciences while attending Penn State University and also earned his Masters of Geology during his time spent at Florida Atlantic University. Badiali was going to go into the field of science but changed his mind as he was working on his Ph.D. when he decided to become an investment expert. Before working with Banyan Hill Publishing, he served Stansberry Research for over a decade. More specifically, he worked as the company’s editor with the Stansberry Research Resource Report.
Now that Matt Badiali is working with Banyan Hill, he is more than happy to share his knowledge of the cyclical nature of the natural resource industry. His combined knowledge of the science behind the sector and of the financial world have put him in a position to be a leader. He feels that it his responsibility, in this position, to alert people that there is a change coming on the horizon in the energy sector. It is his belief that as soon as a battery is created that can store large amounts of power, we will see the industry move towards solar and other alternative power sources.