Matt Badiali has been actively involved in the world of finance since 2004, but before that time, his career path was headed in a completely different direction; he was a scientist. Mr. Badiali had already garnered two degrees, one in earth science from Penn State University, and the other in geology, from Florida Atlantic University. While in Miami, he had taken a position as an environmental geologist, which despite his love of the science, proved to be marred by filthy and dangerous conditions. This, although not a wonderful experience for Mr. Badiali, proved to be extremely beneficial, as it pushed him to continue his education. While working towards his Ph.D. at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Matt Badiali was asked by a friend to join him in a new venture – finding an effective method to assist the average American investor. This immediately caught his attention due to the fact he’d long watched his father struggle in the world of investing, and he jumped at the chance. After learning the finance game, Mr. Badiali would spend the next decade helping to connect average investors with fruitful investments; a practice which regularly occurred, as his clients often produced double and triple-digit returns. Today, Mr. Badiali is an expert regarding investments in the energy, natural resources, and metals sector, and he recently joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2017 for the launch of his rising newsletter and advisory service, Total Wealth Strategist. He recently sat down for a Q & A session, discussing a myriad of topics, including an exciting new technology that has really piqued his interest.
Matt Badiali is an avid reader, who spends much of his time researching the topic that he chooses to discuss. As a part of his research, he is also very hands-on. His habit of investigating prospective investments has led him all over the world, as he has visited drilling sites and mines in places such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Turkey, Iraq, Papua New Guinea, and Switzerland. He has recently become increasingly excited about the prospect associated with electric cars, predicting a massive changeover akin to the whale oil and kerosene switch, that is very likely to disrupt the oil and gas market significantly, possibly shaking it to its core. While he admits that this change is still a long way away, as the development of the municipal scale battery becomes more of a possibility, so does this disruption. Read more:https://forexvestor.com/real-wealth-strategist-review