Matt Badiali is one to the first to know the latest trends in precious metals and other natural resources. That’s his business; he is the editor of “Real Wealth Strategist”, an online newsletter produced by the Medium Corporation. Matt Badiali is an investment consultant on natural resources with a Bachelors Degree from Penn State University in Earth Sciences and a Masters Degree from Florida Atlantic University in Geology.
He has held positions in strategic industries, that have furthered his understanding of how mining and drilling natural resources affects the market. As an editor at Stansberry Research, he traveled the world visiting mines and oil drilling locations. He visited Iraq, Hong Kong, Singapore and Haiti examining first hand mines for metals and oil and gas drilling sites. He had great exposure and had the freedom to conduct experiments during his visits. Follow Matt on Facebook.
Throughout his career, Matt Badiali has been able to meet and become acquainted with many experts in the field and leaders in the industries for which he now offers investment advice. Because of these many contacts, Matt Badiali often hears about movement in the investment world that result in new money making opportunities.
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— Matt Badiali (@Matt_B_Guru) April 13, 2018
He was able to get in on the opportunity to buy zinc when it was first identified as a potential metal to grow exponentially in value because it had been grossly undervalued resulting in an imminent shortage, shooting the value upward. Copper was yet another metal which saw its price rise because of undermining. It’s price rose 27% since 2016, but it picked up even more when electric cars gained popularity (their batteries required copper).
Platinum is the latest metal Matt Badiali sees rising in price in the near future. Platinum’s price has fallen steadily since its demand has been reduced. Volkswagen’s scandal with the falsified diesel efficiency claims helped to reduce the platinum demand. Platinum’s primary use was in diesel catalytic converters. Today, the depletion in the platinum supply is far worse than both copper and zinc ever was.
But, Europe prefers diesel cars and the mines that produce platinum are old and many are exhausted. Platinum is poised to be in high demand and the price will have no other choice but to explode as it jumps in value. Matt Badiali has predicted the price for platinum to jump by as much as 25% in 2018. Visit: http://inspirery.com/matt-badiali/