Matt Badiali has extensive knowledge of metals and investment in natural resources. Having studied a BS in Earth Sciences and a Masters in geology, he has acquired skills and expertise in the field. Matt has worked in the oil and investment industry for over twenty years. In his work as a geologist, he has gained respect and admiration among industry experts and recognized as a leading natural resources expert.
Matt has grown into a well-established writer on investment and acquired a large reader’s base across the globe. His training in geology has played an important role in his writing since it exposes him to great information and interactions with other individuals in the industry. Matt kick started his career as a geologist for an oil drilling company where he supervised teams. He undertook his role with great precision to ensure the crew observed all the laid out procedures in oil drilling to reduce accidents.
Matt is known for his belief in gathering ground information by being present during mining and oil drilling activities. He is a strong believer in getting firsthand information by being on the sites and observing the processes. This belief has led to his vast travels in various countries as he seeks to gather data for research on metals, oil, and gas. He has contributed greatly to knowledge in geology and natural resources. He is a passionate researcher who has dedicated his career to gaining more expertise that will influence the future of the oil industry.
He offers investment advice to his readers through articles published by Banyan Hill Publishing. Matt also contributed to the Stansberry Resource Report since 2005 that provided him with an opportunity to travel to Hong Kong, Turkey, Switzerland among others to conduct research. His findings were documented on the monthly issue, which led to an increase in the subscribers to the articles. He has influenced investment decisions of individuals and companies in the industry.
Matt has great articles on investment at medium.com. He wrote about the declining prices of corn in the United States in November 2017. He however asserts an increase in prices as the year ends and encourages readers to buy. In another article on copper, Matter encourages investment in the metal since it will be in high demand in a few years. He attributes this to an increase in electric vehicles in the market that rely on copper.
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— Matt Badiali (@Matt_B_Guru) December 5, 2017