When it comes to natural resources, no one knows the field better than Matt Badiali. He committed himself to studying natural resources for several decades. The industry considers him to be an expert in mining, agricultural industries, and energy. His experience includes job stints on oil drill rigs, and he has also owned oil wells. He has also explored abandoned mines to determine if they hold any potential for reinvestment.
Badiali’s research has taken him on adventures around the world to places as far away as the Yukon, Singapore, Iraq, Hong Kong and New Guinea. He has also spent a considerable amount of time in the deserts of Mexico. He feels that the only way to experience a region is to see it up close and personal.
Personal inspection makes for a safe investment according to prnewswire.com. As such, he spends a great deal of time meeting with experts in the field that include investors, company CEOs, and metal experts. He does this to stay at the top of his game concerning trends, industry news, and state-of-the-art technology.
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Some of the notable personalities he has met and shared knowledge with include T. Boone Pickens and Ross Beaty. His experience also includes teaching Geology at Duke University and the University of North Carolina according to seekingalpha.com.
Badiali is also the editor of the S&A Report. The report places focus on investment strategies for copper, natural gas, uranium, oil, gold, and water. He also contributes regularly to Growth Stock Wire, which offers briefings on pre-market conditions for the most potentially profitable trading opportunities in real time. His professional hats include geologist, consultant to the oil industry, and hydrologist.
His success is also the result of an excellent education. Badiali received a Master’s degree in Geology from Florida Atlantic University. His commitment, experience, and energy continue to be a driving force.
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— Matt Badiali (@Matt_B_Guru) December 12, 2017