Banyan Hill Publishing recently hired Matt Badiali as a resource expert who would help them in identifying the investment opportunities in the mining, energy and agricultural sectors. Matt Badiali is one of the top natural resource experts and has years of experience working in the industry. He has worked with numerous companies over the years that were in the mining and environmental sectors. He has also spoken at many geological conferences around the world.
One thing that sets Matt Badiali apart from other investment experts is that he has a lot of on-field experience on the sectors that he profits by investing. He has himself owned a number of oil wells, worked on drill rigs himself and also has explored abandoned mines to ensure that his investment is safe. He has traveled around the world to find investment opportunities. According to him, if one cannot see for themselves where they are investing, their money is never safe.
Matt Badiali is continuously learning about different investment opportunities that others fail to see. By learning about the new trends in these markets and talking to CEOs and other resource investors in the mining industries, he keeps himself updated with the latest discoveries, latest technology being used and the new trends in the market. As a financial publisher, he feels it is his duty to find rare opportunities for his readers so that they can make use of it before the opportunity turns into a mainstream investment plan where the profits are not very high.
One advice that Matt Badiali gives to those looking to invest in natural resources is to stay away from companies that are in debt. Since debt is a cost that needs to be paid by the company irrespective of the amount of income that they are earning. He also points out that it is much easier for people to determine if a company has assets and real value than it was before. It is essential for investors to do their research properly before investing.
Matt Badiali earned his B.S. in Earth Sciences from Penn State University and also has a Masters of Geology from Florida Atlantic University. Before joining Banyan Hill, he worked as the editor of the Stansberry Research Resource Report that was a monthly magazine offering advice to people on investing in metals, energy and other natural resources. He has also been a part-time professor at Duke University and the University of North Caroline where he taught geology.