Matt Badiali went to college in order to become a scientist. He never suspected that he would one day become an investment guru but that’s just what happened. He has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in geology and was earning his doctorate when fate intervened. He met a financial pro in 2004 who convinced him that with his educational background he would be a natural fit help him make money investing in energy, metals, agriculture, and other natural resources.
Before long, Matt Badiali was doing firsthand research for this financial expert. He started traveling the world and visiting mining sites, oil wells, and corporate headquarters. He used this experience to found Real Wealth Strategist which is a newsletter that shows average investors how to make money by trading natural resources. This is published by Banyan Hill Publishing which Matt Badiali joined in 2017. He sticks to a writing style that is easy for his readers to comprehend.
— Matt Badiali (@MattBadialiGuru) October 15, 2018
Matt Badiali says that it takes both a financial and scientific background to do well in the markets he specializes in. His educational background in geology gives him insights into trading commodities, energy, and metals. He spends time during his workdays following trends and identifying opportunities. He then writes about these for his readers in a way they can understand what he is communicating. He says that he intends Real Wealth Strategist for people like his dad who would have a great deal of difficulty understanding conventional investment advice.
When working on a new topic Matt Badiali says that he takes a “boots on the ground” approach. He will travel to the investment opportunity he will write about by visiting its work site, facility, and/or headquarters. This gives him exclusive insights into the opportunity and lets him know that his investment tips are accurate.
In order to write his newsletter, which he mostly does in the morning, he says that he maintains focus on just his writing. He hears people talking about multitasking but remains convinced that it simply doesn’t work in the real world. People’s minds aren’t a computer and trying to do two or three things at a time is never going to be efficient.
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