The Truth Underneath Freedom Checks Revals Legitimate Investment

Investment guru and professional geologist Matt Badiali released a video that introducing the public the freedom checks concept. Many have seen it, interest has been garnered, and Badiali focuses on the desire of many to achieve financial independence. But are freedom checks a scam? More importantly what exactly is this thing Badiali calls a freedom check?

Freedom checks come from natural resource companies, they represent a payoff of investment. The companies involved in this financial opportunity deal in the processing, production, storage, and transportation of natural resources like oil and natural gas. They are American companies, operating in the U.S., and they are taking an advantage of a significant tax break.

Recently, massive decreases in oil amounts coming from the Middle Eastern has increased oil production in the U.S. This means oil and gas companies are about to see a lot of profit coming way. According to Badiali such companies are about to get percentage gains in the 5,000 to 40,000 range. So how does this involve John Q. Investor?

The companies will receive these gains partially to a tax break afforded them through the completion of one simple task. They have to distribute 90% of their revenue before taxes. This means those high percentage gains will go to investor currently holding stakes. The stakes are called MLPs, master limited partnerships. Companies can refer to themselves as MLPs as long as they dispense this revenue. Such stakes can be purchase for as low as $10 dollar, and represent a legitimate investment much like a regular stock. When the companies make their payouts the investors will receive a monthly to quarterly check. This is the freedom check Badiali holds up.

Because Freedom Checks are akin to stocks they are in fact legitimate. They carry the same risk factor as any stock, with the same relation between payout and investment. A person holding more than a few stakes, gets a bigger check than the person holding one. The investment itself is anything but a scam.

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