Matt Badiali About Gas Prices And Marijuana Stocks

Matt Badiali is a Senior Analyst for Banyan Hill Publishing. His impressive academic record consists of a Bachelor of Science degree in Geological and Earth Science, received in 1987 from Pennsylvania State University, a Masters degree in Geology/Earth Science from Florida Atlantic University, and a Ph.D.

He worked on his academic career until he was introduced to the financial industry in 2004, when a friend recognized the potential that Matt Badiali had in the industry, due to his knowledge of geology. Since then, as part of his financial career, he introduced the concept of Freedom Checks – which are based around Master Limited Partnerships – and began publishing a newsletter called Real Wealth Strategist.

Because of his education and experience he was suited for the natural resource market, where it is important to understand that the markets are cyclical and an investor needs more than just financial knowledge, as understanding the science behind the resources is as important. His education led him to have many trips around the globe, being hired to personally examine wells, oil fields, and mines in countries such as Singapore, Turkey, and Iraq, among others.

In his opinion it is possible, by investing in the right resources, to make a significant return in the energy market. He considers that in the future there will be a shift towards electricity (as opposed to fossil fuels), backing up his statements with over two decades of experience in energy market. His deep experience in the natural resources sector turned him into a proven expert and gave weight to his opinions.

Among his more recent prediction, Matt Badiali states that gas prices will rise in the fall in the United States, and that once marijuana will become legal the stocks will surge. In 2017, the sale of legal cannabis came to over $6 billion, and Matt Badiali considers it to be only the beginning. He considers that the sector is bound to grow even bigger, and that people should invest in marijuana stocks before the substance becomes entirely legal in Canada, as the industry is about to skyrocket.

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September 12, 2018

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