On Wall Street, many investment analysts make their picks from behind their desks and in front of their computer terminals. For energy expert analysist Matt Badiali, finding the right opportunities means leaving the office and taking a “boots on the ground” approach.”
Mr. Badali specializes in energy, metals as well as natural resources. Because many of these subjects involve the first-hand approach, Mr. Badali spends most of his time outside of the office. That means he could investigating an oil field in Texas one day and inspecting a silver mine in Nevada a week later.
The result is that Mr. Badali has been able to offer his clients marketing beating advice. In his newsletters, Mr. Badali has given out picks that have resulted in double-digit as well as triple-digit gains. This performance record has given the energy analyst a loyal following in the investment community.
In a recent interview, Mr. Badali offered some insights into his uniquely detailed approach to investment research. When asked what trends he saw on the horizon, Mr. Badali mentioned the global shift to mass electric-energy consumption. Also in the interview, Matt Badali predicts that batteries will be scaled large enough to power an entire city.
One of Mr. Badali’s secret weapons is his ability to overdeliver for his clients. A case in point is his free newsletter. Mr. Badali likes to give readers of his free newsletter one piece of actionable advice in each issue. This type of valuable free insight allows Mr. Badali to build a trust with his readers and develop them into paid clients. More info about Matt Badiali at tumblr.com
Finally, Mr. Badali offered one book that has benefited him greatly. The book, “The Disappearing Spoon” by Sam Kean details the creation of the periodic table. As an energy expert and enthusiast, Mr. Badali found the story to be an invaluable addition to his vast library.
Matt Badali is a trained geologist with a Bachelor of Science in Earth Sciences from Penn State University as well as a Masters Degree in Geology from Florida Atlantic University. Early in his career, Mr. Badali was worked for a drilling company as well as a consultant to an environmental firm.
Today, Mr. Badali is a Senior Editor for Banyan Hill Publishing. His work is read by many people looking for insights on energy, metals and natural resources. With decades of experience, Mr. Badali works tirelessly to find hidden investment opportunities for his readers.
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— Matt Badiali (@Matt_B_Guru) January 5, 2018