Matt Badiali joined Bayan Hill Publishing early this year as a natural resources expert in charge of researching and recommending viable investments in energy, precious metals, agriculture and other sections of the natural resources sector for the readers of the company’s newsletter. The mining expert indicated his amazement by the efforts of the organization in delivering research to interested persons in the recent months. This is also among the main reasons why he was enthusiastic about joining the company in the first place.
The expert further notes that the company offers an option of investing with a private advisor known to provide investors with more control over how they build their wealth. Additionally, the company offers guidance that may be difficult to find in any mainstream financial media, a factor that further ignited his urge to join Bayan Hill. Prior to joining the company, Matt had worked at Stansberry Research for 11 years, where he served as the editor of the Stansberry Research Resource Report, an advisory that majorly focused on investments in metals, energy and several other natural resources. Matt ranks among the industry’s leading experts in natural resources.
The mining expert is a geologist by training and holds a Bachelor of Science in Earth Sciences earned at Penn State University. He also holds a Masters of Geology from the Florida Atlantic University. As an investment researcher and writer, Matt’s mission is to help readers grow and take care of their wealth. While his background lies in the identification of profitable opportunities in the sector of natural resources, he still strives to explore several other opportunities in the market for his readers to invest in. Notably, Matt is the second expert in investment to join the company in 2017.
Matt Badiali is known for his talk-to-everyone, go-anywhere, hands-on approach to his research and investment prospects. His work has taken him to numerous locations around the world including Haiti, Papua New Guinea, Hong Kong, Iraq, Haiti, Switzerland, and Turkey. In fact, his endeavors in natural resources have given him the opportunity to visit innumerable oil wells and mines the world over, analyze all manner of geologic information, and interrogate CEOs across the world on their latest prospects in natural resources.