Matt Badiali has studied natural resources for more than 20 years. He’s recognized as a specialist in the agricultural, energy, as well as mining industries. Badiali has worked on explored abandoned mines, owned oil wells, and drill rigs all to make productive investments in the natural resources. His research has made him explore many places all over the world, including the Mexican desert, Papua New Guinea, Hong Kong, and Iraq.
He believes that you will never know what is happening in other parts of the world until you go and witness and experience it for yourself, just like walking through the cotton field. Badiali says that the best way someone can ensure their investment is correctly made and safe is seeing for themselves.
With that in mind, he’s constantly meeting with precious metals experts, resource investors, as well as CEOs of mining companies, to stay updated on the latest trends, discoveries, and technologies. For instance, he met with and also shared the stage with the famous oilman Boone Pickens and got a chance to speak with the Pan American Silver chairman, Ross Beaty. He feels proud to call the Sprott U.S. Holdings CEO, Rick Rule, his personal friend, plus a mentor.
Badiali taught geology at the University of North Carolina and Duke University. He presented his findings from his research at major geologic conferences and to companies such as Exxon Mobil and Anadarko. He has been featured on a financial program presenting his research. Although he has enjoyed these opportunities throughout his career, Badiali always feels good tracking down rare and valuable investment opportunities for his readers. That is why he spent the last eleven years writing as well as researching the greatest investments in the field of natural resources for Banyan Hill Publishing.
Recently, Badiali told readers that he believes now is the best time to buy gold because the world is in the bull market initial stages that might see the price of Gold increase by 500 percent or more in the coming days. That has already occurred in the past, and Badiali says that there are signs of history to repeat itself. The price of gold continues rising. It bottomed in Dec. 2015 about 1,050 dollars per ounce. Since that time, it has been rising and falling, with the different lows higher compared to the previous ones.
Even though, the sector is hard for many traditional financial analysts, Badiali’s unique experiences as a financial analyst and geologist have allowed him to navigate it with ease.